Section 12. Biblical Manuscripts from Belarus

120. Tetra Gospel

17th century. National Library of Belarus, Minsk

Tetra Gospel is a manuscript created in the 17th century. The book’s format is large, altogether it has 172 leafs. It was written with a semi-uncial, handwriting that was used in Slavic territories since late 16th century. The book contains an entry that a certain Philip Angileyka, a priest of the Peter and Paul church in Vitsyebsk worked on the book in 1671.
Tetra Gospel is a manuscript created in the 17th century. The book’s format is large, altogether it has 172 leafs. It was written with a semi-uncial, handwriting that was used in Slavic territories since late 16th century. The book contains an entry that a certain Philip Angileyka, a priest of the Peter and Paul church in Vitsyebsk worked on the book in 1671.