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The smallest manuscript
The smallest manuscript

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The smallest Armenian Manuscript weighs 19 grams. It is a Church Calendar and is under the number 7728. It was written in Kafa. The scriber is Avgsent and the receiver is Hakob. It is 3x4cm. Its 104 sheets are on parchment with one column on each page. The writing is minuscule and the binding is stamped leather with a board as an inset.
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Keywords: old book parchment
Copyright: S. Mashtotz Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, Matenadaran
Place: Yerevan
Country: Armenia
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