• (noun): A style of orthography characterized by somewhat rounded capital letters; found especially in Greek and Latin manuscripts of the 4th to 8th centuries.
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Some articles on uncial, uncials:

Uncial 0129 - Description
... two columns per page, 33 lines per page, in uncial letters ... This manuscript was part of the same codex to which Uncial 0203 and Lectionary 1575 (ℓ 1575) belonged. 0129 and 0203 were classified as uncials manuscripts, but when was discovered that they belonged to the same manuscript as ℓ 1575, it was shown they were ...
Lectionary 27 - Description
... It is written in Greek uncial and minuscule letters (89-95 folios), on 150 parchment leaves (23 cm by 18 cm), 2 columns per page, 21 lines per page ... The uncial letters are large and ill-formed ... It contains a Palimpsest, the lower earlier text written by uncial hand, it contains Lectionary 1955 from the 9th century ...
Codex Climaci Rescriptus
... Codex Climaci rescriptus, known as Uncial 0250 (in the Gregory-Aland numbering), is a Greek uncial manuscript of the New Testament as well as a Christian Palestinian ...
List Of New Testament Uncials - Classification of Uncials
... Johann Jakob Wettstein knew of only 23 uncial codices of the New Testament ... By 1859, Constantin von Tischendorf had increased that number to 64 uncials, and in 1909 Caspar René Gregory enumerated 161 uncial codices ... Liste had enumerated 250, then in 1989, finally, 299 uncials ...
Coptic Versions Of The Bible - New Testament - Greek-Coptic Diglot Manuscripts
42 Papyrus 62 Papyrus 96 Codex Borgianus Uncial 070 Uncial 086 Uncial 0100 Uncial 0114 Uncial 0129 (= 0203, ℓ 1575) Uncial 0164 Uncial 0177 Uncial 0184 Uncial 0200 Uncial 0204 ...

More definitions of "uncial":

  • (adj): Relating to or written in majuscule letters (which resemble modern capitals).
    Example: "Uncial letters"