Dialouges of Plato


Ibolya Horvath
by John Belushi
published on 30 May 2019
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The 'Clarke Plato', the oldest manuscript (discounting papyrus fragments) for about half the dialogues of Plato, was written by John the Calligrapher in 895 CE for Arethas the deacon, originally a native of Patras, who later became archbishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia.
Bodleian Library, MS. E. D. Clarke 39, first page recto.

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