|Text source||P. Agapitos 2000, Poets and painters: Theodoros Prodromos' dedicatory verses of his novel to an anonymous Caesar, Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik (JÖB), 50, 173-185: 175|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Editorial status||Critical text|
|Subject(s)||Theodore Prodromos (12th c.) - PBW: Theodoros/25001/|
|Tag(s)||Praise of the author|
The work of Theodore Prodromos, both hand and mind,
the mind which begot it and the hand which depicted it.
|Comment||According to Agapitos (2000: 178-179), this epigram was written next to an illumination in the now lost dedication manuscript (offered to the patron) of Theodoros Prodromos’ ‘Rhodanthe and Dosiklos’, together with two other epigrams (cf. related types).|
|Number of verses||2|
 θευδώρου προδρόμοιο, τὰ δ(εί)ματο χ(εί)ρ τε νόο(ς) τε
HEIDELBERG - Universitätsbibliothek - Palat. gr. 43 [1251-1325] (f. 38v)
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