|Type(s)|| Τὸν νοῦν πυρώσας πρὸς βάθος νοημάτων (3 verses)|
|Text source||J. Young, P. Aitken, 1908, A Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of the Hunterian Museum in the University of Glasgow., Glasgow: 328|
|Text status||Text partially unknown|
|Manuscript||GLASGOW - University Library - Hunter 407-408 (V.3.5-6) |
|Place in Manuscript||f. 381v|
|Palaeographical information||Young (1908: 328): 'in the same hand as the rest of the manuscript'.|
|Comment||Young (1908: 328): 'some nine iambic verses decipherable with difficulty'.
Des Places (1961: 7): 'In Glasg. V. 3. 6 we find on the verso of the last folio (381) nine iambic trimeters, of which only the first two are reproduced in Young and Aitken's catalogue with dots in the first line, before ... ρώσας; we ought, perhaps, to read <πυ>ρώσας. Thus, we would have: τὸν νοῦν <πυ>ρώσας πρὸς βάθος νοημάτων. This is the scribe's usual final song of praise on the spiritual usefulness of the work'.
|Number of verses||9|
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