Codex Boernerianus

Codex Boernerianus, designated by Gp or 012 (in the Gregory-Aland numbering), α 1028 (von Soden), is a small New Testament codex, measuring 25 x 18 cm, written in one column per page, 20 lines per page. Dated paleographically to the 9th century. The name of the codex derives from Boerner, to whom it once belonged. The manuscript is lacunose.

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Codex Boernerianus - History
... The codex was probably written by an Irish monk in the Abbey of St ... Ludolph Kuster was the first to recognize the 9th century date of Codex Boernerianus ... The codex got its name from its first German owner, University of Leipzig professor Boerner, who bought it in Holland in the year 1705 ...