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Chapter 1 of Acts in Codex Basiliensis i.e. Gregory-Aland 1.
Daniel is right, it is GA 1. Its text is perfectly byzantine.
According to Wikipedia, "Leonard Hug supported Wettstein's last opinion that the codex was Latinisated."(That was purely for Peter's benefit.)
thanks Andrew! Actually I got the picture from wikipedia.
So the full stops are interesting on the first page of Acts, and each of the Gospels.
Oh, so quoting from wikipedia is okay, as long as it's an image and not text?
Referencing an image is not the same thing as "quoting." Duh?
Wikipedia has some excellent images. For this ms VMR has complete colour images. Also there are some good ones here: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Minuscule_1_%28GA%29?uselang=de
A good general collection of images: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Greek_New_Testament_minuscules?uselang=de