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    Tertullian

    The Oldest and Best Manuscript Copies of the Collections of the Writings of Tertullian,

    Including Against Marcion Which He Wrote in the 2nd to 3rd Century C.E.

    Codex Montepessulanus (11th century C.E. copy) H54; Bibliotheque Universitaire de Medecine, Montpellier.

    Codex Florentinus (15th century C.E. copy) Conv. Soppr. J.6.9; Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Florence.

    Codex Florentinus (15th century C.E. copy) Conv. Soppr. J.6.10; Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Florence.

     

    Codex Laurentianus (15th century C.E. copy) Plut.26.12; Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Florence.

    Link to Manuscript Online:

    http://mss.bmlonline.it/s.aspx?Id=AWOIRi3dI1A4r7GxMCvn&c=XVIII.%20Eiusdem%20[Tertulliani]%20adversus%20Marcionem%20libri%20quatuor#/oro/9

    Codex Luxemburgensis (15th century C.E. copy) 75; Bibliotheque Nationale, Luxembourg.