The Form C annotation in Codex 22, between 16:8
and 16:9. The word "telos" after 16:8 indicates the
end of a lection.
Codex 274 contains 16:9-20 in the text
following 16:8 (a liturgical note which
means "End of the second Heothina-
reading" is between 16:8 and 16:9).
The Shorter Ending is in the lower
margin, beside a column of asterisks.
To the right of 16:9, a note identifies the
passage as the third Heothina-reading,
also to be read on Ascension-Day.
An asterisk to the left of 16:9 shows
where the Shorter Ending was
apparently found in a supplemental
exemplar.

The Form B annotation in Codex 1, followed by Mk.
16:9-13. A liturgical note in the upper margin
identifies the passage as Heothina #3. Expanded
Eusebian Section-numbers are in the left margin.
Between Mark 16:8 and 16:9 in Codex G (from the
800's), symbols indicate the end of morning-reading
#2 and the beginning of morning-reading #3.


This replica of Mark 16:19-20 in the Book of Kells,
produced in the late 700's, displays
(with minor variations) the text of the
Vulgate which Jerome compiled in 383.
The list of chapter-titles in the book of Kells
echoes an Old Latin text, which
also included Mk. 16:9-20.