The Sinope Gospels (Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, MS gr. 1286, also known as the Codex Sinopensis) is a fragment of a 6th century illuminated Greek Gospel Book.
Judas attempts to return the 30 pieces - Codex Rossanensis, 13th sheet. The Codex Purpureus Rossanensis is an uncial greek manuscript of the 6th century CE, preserved in the Diocesan Museum of Rossano (Calabria Region, Italy) and containing a Gospel with texts of Matthew and Mark. It owes its name "purpureus" to the fact that its pages are reddish and contains a series of miniatures, making it one of the oldest illuminated manuscripts of the New Testament which have been preserved
Codex Glazier, designated by siglum copG67, is a Coptic uncial manuscript of the New Testament on parchment. It is dated palaeographically to the 4th or 5th century. Textually it is very close to Greek Codex Bezae.
Johnson Papyrus, a fragment of an early 5th century Greek herbal codex written in Egypt; the oldest extant manuscript illustration of a plant.
The Deesis Mosaic, Hagia Sophia, Istanbul | In Byzantine art, and later Eastern Orthodox art generally, the Deësis or Deisis (Greek: δέησις, "prayer" or "supplication"), is a traditional iconic representation of Christ in Majesty or Christ Pantocrator: enthroned, carrying a book, and flanked by the Virgin Mary and St. John the Baptist, and sometimes other saints and angels.