'Constantinides I' refers to the exhibition catalogue that publishes the fragment.
The surviving 11th-century parchment leaf was used later for binding of a printed book. The leaf contains the first part of a Homiliy by John Chrysostom (PG 53, col. 21-22). The text is written in Greek, in a minuscule script of the 11th century. The text is laid out in two columns, at least 32 lines per column.(Athina Almpani, MIET 2018)
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Utopia, armarium codicum bibliophilorum, Nicosia, Constantinides I, I_Codex_from_Private_Collection_Nicosia_recto – S. Joannis Chrysostomi, In cap. I Genes.