Looks for exact strings in the Greek text of the epigrams. Not lemmatized. Type Greek Unicode only and don’t use accents and breathings. Search results will ignore editorial signs ()|
Looks for Greek text in the titles (sometimes called ‘lemmata’) above (or next to) book epigrams.
‘Other’ refers to doubtful metrical status.
Persons, places, literary works, or other specific identifiable elements that are mentioned in the epigrams.
Includes frequent categories of manuscripts according to their content. First select a category inthe left menu and then a more precise category in the right menu. For a more granular search of works in manuscripts, please use the Pinakes database.
Numbers refer to Vogel-Gardthausen and the Repertorium der griechischen Kopisten. The scribe of the epigram is not necessarily identical with the main scribe of the manuscript.
Numbers refer to Vogel-Gardthausen and the Repertorium der griechischen Kopisten. ‘Patron’ is taken to include other terms as ‘recipient’, ‘donor’, ‘sponsor’, ‘owner’, etc.
Choose either a date range (minimum span of 25 years) or an exact date. This is the date of the occurrence, which can differ from the date of the manuscript.
At this stage, each poem is classified as belonging to one genre only, although many epigrams have characteristics of several genres.
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