|ἐξονίσατο ὑλικὼν | δινἁρίων·|
|ἣν ενχειριζώμενος φέρει | τη γλόττη·|
|καὶ τὴν δύναμην το νοὶ | καθηργνοίει·|
|ἑἃν τὴν πράξιν ἐναργός | ἐκβιβάσει,|
|σελασφόρος ὡφθήσει, έν | τη μέλλουσι δίκει·|
|εἰδε ἐν παγὶ εἰς ιλὼν (?) | των γηίνων·|
|ἅσβεστον αὑτὸν τὸ πυρ πρω | έτυμάσι·|
|Type(s)|| Ἐξωνήσατο ὑλικῶν δηναρίων (7 verses)|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Manuscript||VATICAN CITY - Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana - Barb. gr. 319 |
|Place in Manuscript||f. 174v|
|Contextual information||The epigram is included in a prose scribal note which states (in first person) that Leon, bishop of Andida, purchased the manuscript. It is followed by 'οἱ αναγινόσκοντες ευχεσθαι / δια τὸν κ(υριο)ν τω πόθω κτισαμενω+·'.
The text is then followed by a second prose scribal note by a different hand, which was written by the monk Bartholomaios and dated to 1168.
|Comment||The epigram contains no date, but must have been written between 1039 (first scribe, as attested by a note on f. 174r) and 1168 (acquisition of the manuscript by Bartholomaios, cf. supra).|
|Number of verses||7|
Inspection of the manuscript image was possible by courtesy of the 'Institut für Neutestamentliche Textforschung'.
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