|Title(s)||Στίχοι εἰς τὴν Θεοτόκον|
|Text source||S. Kotzabassi 2015, Miscellanea Palaeographica, Parekbolai, 5, 135-143: 136-137|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Editorial status||Not a critical text|
Verses to the mother of God
Give light to my clayer heart, O Maiden,
with thy ardent interventions to the Lord,
because to thee the Creator does incline
His wholly undefiled and uncompounded ear.
This, too, is the petition of thy faithful servant,
him of the salfsame name, who cultivated
godliness in the land of Cappadocia,
who consummated his struggle with his blood,
and received the wages of his labours.
with whose embassage and thy free-spokenness
grant absolution for sins, O heavenly queen,
and by thy favour a dwelling place in Paradise.
|Number of verses||12|
 Φαῦσον τὴν ἐμὴν ἡτωρὴν ἀργιλώδη
PRINCETON - University Library - Garrett 14  (f. 295v)
|Identification||Vassis ICB 2011, 275: "Precatio ad Deiparam"|