|Type(s)|| Καππαδοκῶν Βασίλειον ἀείσομαι ἀρχιερῆα (24 verses)|
|Text source||S. Eustratiades 1919, Ἁγιορειτικῶν κωδίκων σημειώματα, Γρηγόριος ὁ Παλαμᾶς, 3, 624-639: 557-558|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Manuscript||ATHOS - Mone Batopediou 56 |
|Place in Manuscript||f. 3v|
|Comment||Lamberz (2006: 243) refers to a poem on Basil the Great by Theodoros Prodrodromos, here used as a paratext (ed. Höradner 120).
The metre is not really elegiacs, since the hexameters and pentameters do not alternate. Rather, the first 12 verses of the poem are hexameters, while the last 12 are pentameters.
|Number of verses||24|
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