Iadgari of Mikael Modrekili (Georgian: მიქაელ მოდრეკილის იადგარი) is a Georgian manuscript of the 10th century, containing a special hymnographic collection of the early Byzantine period, known as tropologion. This collection preserved all Georgian original and translated chants known in the 10th century. It was copied in 978-988 in Monastery of by Mikael Modrekili and two anonymous copyists. Copied on parchment, it contains 727 folios; it measures 26x21 cm. The manuscript is preserved at the Georgian National Center of Manuscripts.
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