Ms. Gospel book; possibly written and illuminated in the 13th century in Dashirkʻ, in the province of Gugarkʻ, Greater Armenia, near what is now the Georgian border.
The place of origin for this manuscript is referenced in Morgan sources as Dashirkʻ and Dashirck. Sanjian (1976, p. 510) uses Dăsirkʻ. The Index of Christian Art database uses the name form Dăskirk.
The manuscript lacks a colophon.
Decoration: 4 full-page miniatures, 9 illuminated canon tables, 3 illuminated incipit pages; marginal and initial ornament throughout.