Text 1: ff. 1r,1-135r,3(end): A collection of hymns called Zəmmare, in the mood gəʽəz, or ᾽əzəl, wazema, etc.; the hymns are written in scriptio contnua, but are often separeted by added dotted lines
Monastery of Gunda Gunde
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On the front cover: Ṭəre / Zəmmare (ጥሬ / ዝማሬ); f. 1v, upper margin: Zəmmare (ዝማሬ፡); f. 2r, lower margin: Zəmmare Ṭəre (ዝማሬ፡ ጥሬ፡) (it is visible on the photo of f. 1r, because the lower margin of f. 1 is ripped off)
Michael Gervers (researcher)
Witold Witakowski (data contributor)
The beginnigs of the hymns are rubricated; ff. 135v (last), Ir-IIIv (rearguard): empty (except for scribbles)
Number of folios: 135 + 3(I-III); European foliation; Number of quires: 19; Number of columns of the text: 1; Number of lines in columns: 18-27