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Gospel of John with Commentary - not cataloged?

Duke University has posted images of a Gospel of John commentary dated to 1540. The format includes the Scripture text written in different color, while the commentary text is indented. I was not able to identify this manuscript with any in the Liste, and do not know whether or not it should be considered for inclusion as it is not technically a continuous text manuscript of John. However, the Greek text of the gospel seems to be more or less compete and distinguished from the commentary.

Duke shelf number: Greek MS 053

https://idn.duke.edu/ark:/87924/r4np1wj3m

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RE: Gospel of John with Commentary - not cataloged?
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27/11/18 14:08 as a reply to Darrell Post.

Since this is a commentary (different from catenae) of a single author, Theophylactus, it won't be added to the Liste.

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RE: Gospel of John with Commentary - not cataloged?
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20/05/20 19:23 as a reply to Greg Paulson.
Darrell, thanks for following up with me about this. Since, as you point out, the MS contains the complete text of John, we've decided to give it the GA number 2957.
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RE: Gospel of John with Commentary - not cataloged?
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21/05/20 01:11 as a reply to Greg Paulson.
Terrific! Thanks for letting me know. I also spotted on page 86r that this copy of John's gospel lacks the pericope adulterae
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RE: Gospel of John with Commentary - not cataloged?
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21/05/20 07:33 as a reply to Darrell Post.
Maurice Robinson also made that observation, which he said "is typical for commentaries": http://www.thetextofthegospels.com/2017/07/greek-manuscripts-in-k-w-clark.html
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