|Type(s)|| Πᾶς ὁ τραχύς τε καὶ κατεσκληκὼς βίος (25 verses)|
|Text source||R. Meesters 2020, Concluding a Patristic Triad: Critical Edition of Athanasios's Book Epigram (Mosquensis Synodalis gr. 145), Byzantion, 90, 97-113: 104|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Manuscript||MOSCOW - Gosudarstvennyj Istoričeskij Musej (GIM) - Sinod. gr. 145 (Vlad. 184) |
|Place in Manuscript||f. 294r-294v|
|Palaeographical information||Meesters (2020: 99): "The epigram is separated from the main text by an ornamental dotted line. The initial of the poem is emphasized by its larger size. The rest of the poem, however, is written in the same script as the main texts preserved in this codex. The poem is written in the same brownish ink as the main text (...)".|
|Contextual information||The epigram is written at the end of Diodaochos' 'One Hundred Chapters on Spiritual Perfection'.
It is followed by a prose colophon, mentioning the name of the scribe and the date.
|Number of verses||25|
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