This article identifies two hitherto unidentified texts on fols. 4v–8r of the codex Parisinus Suppl. gr. 1238 that are, in fact, a sequential excerpt from the Vulgate version of the Chronicle of George the Monk. The excerpt, which had become independent presumably at an early stage of the Chronicle’s textual transmission, offers an example indicating the Chronicle was used as a source of Byzantine legal practices.
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