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In Matthew 8:13 it has interpolation και υποστρεψας ο εκατονταρχος εις τον οικον αυτου εν αυτη τη ωρα ευρεν τον παιδα υγιαινοντα (and when the centurion returned to the house in that hour, he found the slave well). Sinaiticus, Ephraemi, Basilensis (with asterisk), Campianus, (Petropolitanus Purpureus), Koridethi, (0250), f1, (33, 1241), g1, syrh.

In John 2:1 it reads τριτη ημερα (third day) for ημερα τη τριτη (the third day); the reading is supported by the manuscripts: Vaticanus, Koridethi, manuscripts of Ferrar Family, minuscule 196, minuscule 743.

In John 2:3 it has unique reading λεγει η μητηρ αυτου προς αυτον (his mother said to him), all other manuscripts have λεγει η μητηρ του Ιησου προς αυτον (mother of Jesus said to him).

In John 3:2 it reads προς αυτον (to him), majority of manuscripts have προς τον Ιησουν (to Jesus); the reading of the codex is supported by Sinaiticus, Alexandrinus, Vaticanus, Cyprius, Regius, Vaticanus 354, Macedoniensis, Sangallensis, Koridethi, Tischendorfianus III, Petropolitanus, Atous Lavrensis, Athous Dionysiou, Uncial 047, Uncial 0211, Minuscule 7, 9, 461, 565.

In John 3:34 it has unique reading εκ μερους (by part) instead of εκ μετρου (by measure); the reading is supported only by minuscule 1505.

In John 4:51 it reads υιος (son) for παις (servant), the reading of the codex is supported by Codex Bezae, Cyprius, Petropolitanus Purpureus, Petropolitanus, 0141, 33, 194, 196, 743, 817, 892, 1192, 1216, 1241.

In John 6:3 phrase ο Ιησους εις το ορος (Jesus on the mountain) has unique sequence of words, other manuscripts have εις το ορος ο Ιησους (on the mountain Jesus).

In John 6:24 it has unique reading εγνω (knew) for ειδεν (saw); it is not supported by other manuscripts.

In John 6:51 it has unique reading περι της του κοσμου ζωης (about the life of the world), other manuscripts have υπερ της του κοσμου ζωης (for the life of the world).

In John 6:67 it has unique reading μαθηταις (disciples), it is supported by Codex Koridethi, other manuscripts have δωδεκα (twelfe).

In John 7:17 it has usual reading ποτερον, but corrector changed it into προτερον, the reading is found in minuscules 1216 and 1519.

In John 7:32 it has reading οι αρχιερεις και οι Φαρισαιοι υπηρετας, the reading is supported by manuscripts: Papyrus 75, Vaticanus, Seidelianus I, Cyprius, Regius, Petropolitanus Purpureus, Borgianus, Washingtonianus, Koridethi, Petropolitanus, Athous Lavrensis, 0105, 0141, 9, 565, 1241. Majority of manuscripts has this reading in sequence υπηρετας οι Φαρισαιοι και οι αρχιερεις.

In John 7:34 phrase και οπου ειμι εγω υμεις ου δυνασθε ελθειν is omitted (and where I am you cannot come). This omission is not supported by any examined manuscript.

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