A fifth-century codex of 178 leaves inscribed in Coptic containing four treatises collectively called . The codex is named after its first owner, a doctor named A. Askew, who acquired it from a London bookseller in 1772. It was purchased by the in 1785 and first published in the mid-19th century. Where in it was originally found is unknown.

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