|Type(s)|| Ἱδρώτων οὐκ ὀλίγων Χριστέ, Θεέ μου (8 verses)|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Manuscript||PRINCETON - Theological Seminary Library acc. no. 11.21.1900 [1051-1100]|
|Place in Manuscript||f. 1*r|
|Palaeographical information||Written in minuscule. The poem is written continuously, but each verse is separated by two dots (:).|
|Contextual information||The epigram is inscribed on the image of a scroll, held by the patron (indicated as such).|
|Subject(s)||Jesus Christ (10 BC-1 BC - 30-33) - RGK: - VGH: - PBE: - PBW: - PLP: - PMBZ:|
|Comment||The leaf bearing this epigram was inserted at a later time and probably originally belonged to a manuscript containing the Menologium of Symeon Metaphrastes which was written in ten volumes (Spatharakis (1976: 75)). The portrait is thought to be similar to portraits of officials in Coisl. 79 (Vikan 1973: 115). Spatharakis (1976: 75-76) suggest to identify this proedros Ioannes with a Ioannes proedros mentioned in an act of 1083. The date of the manuscript is established on the basis of the miniature's execution (Spatharakis (1976: 75)).
A color image is available in Rhoby (2018: 729).
|Number of verses||8|
Inspection of the manuscript image was possible by courtesy of the 'Institut für Neutestamentliche Textforschung'.
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