Usually it is claimed that the Textus Receptus is based on Byzantine Greek New Testament manuscripts. I recently noticed that some sources claim that the Textus Receptus is based on the Andreas text for the book of Revelation, and that this Andreas Greek text differs in some readings from a typical Byzantine Greek text. Isbon Beckwith wrote: “Cursive no. 1, of the 12th or 13th century containing the Apocalypse, with the commentary of Andreas, is of particular interest, since it was the only Greek Ms. which Erasmus had for the Apocalypse in his first edition of the Greek Testament(1516)“ (Apocalypse of John, p. 412). In the book of Revelation, Robert Waltz maintained that the Textus Receptus has “a handful” of readings "derived from the [Andreas] commentary itself” (Encyclopedia of NT Textual Criticism, p. 438). Does anyone here know what those readings in the Textus Receptus are that are claimed to have come from the commentary of Andreas instead of the Greek text copied with the commentary?