Extract from the Suda lexicon on the divinity of Jesus Christ
Four letters of Anastasia and Chrysogonus
Works and Days
Golden Verses of Pythagoras
Life of St Nicholas of Myra, in the Latin translation of Leonardus Justinianus
CCCC MS 248 is a sixteenth-century miscellany of ancient Greek texts popular in the Renaissance, including Homerocentones, Hesiod, Cebes, Theognis, pseudo-Pythagoras and Phocylides, copied from printed editions. It also contains a Latin translation of the life of St Nicholas of Myra. It was presented to Daniel Rogers (c. 1539-91) by Joannes Olivarius, who may himself have been the scribe, in 1564.