The Codex Palatinus, designated by e or 2 (in Beuron system), is a 5th-century Latin Gospel Book. The text, written on purple dyed vellum in gold and silver ink (as are codices a b f i j), is a version of the old Latin. Most of the manuscript is in the Austrian National Library at Vienna (Lat. 1185), with one leaf at the Trinity College, Dublin (N. 4. 18), and one leaf at the British Library (Add. 40107) at London.
The Latin text of the codex is basically African recension, but it has been strongly Europeanized.
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- NA26, p. 249.
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- E. A. Lowe, On the African Origin of Codex Palatinus of the Gospels (e), The Journal of Theological Studies 1922 os-XXIII(92):401-404.
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