Occurrence 17187
(formerly occ/314)

Ἡσαὰκ ἄριστε π(ατέ)ρων, πατερ,
δι|δασκάλων πρώτιστε τῆσ ὑφηλίου:
τὸν ἐκ | πόθου σου τὴν βίβλον καικτιμένον:
γε|ῥασιμον κάλλιστον ἐν μονοτρόποισ:
τῆσ | κυπρίων καύχημα, τ(ῶν) ἀζυγΐων:
τὸν | ἀγχιθυρίζοντα μονῆσ κουντζοῦβε: |
ἔμπλησον αὐτὸν, τοὺσ σοὺσ μαργάρ(ους) λόγ(ους), |
δίδαξον αὐτὸν, τ(ὴν) ἄσκησιν αἰσίως:
σὺν | δοσιθέῳ, τ(ὸν) αὐτοῦ οἰκοτρίβην:
ἀλλὰ | πρωπατόνυμε π(ατέ)ρων ταξιάρχα,:
δείχνεις εὐθυμίοιο, τόνδε τόν πόθον |
γράψαντα πίστει τούσδε τ(οὺς) βραχεῖς στίχουσ:
Type(s) [4098] Ἰσαὰκ ἄριστε πατέρων, πάτερ (12 verses)
Text source C. Constantinides 1993, Poetic Colophons in Medieval Cypriot Manuscripts, in A. Bryer (ed.), The Sweet Land of Cyprus. papers given at the twenty-fifth jubilee Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, Birmingham, March 1991, Nicosia, 319-380: 323
Text status Text completely known
Date 14th c.
Manuscript ATHOS - Mone Megistes Lauras Γ 17 (Eustratiades 257) [11th c.]
Place in Manuscript f. 78v
Euthymios (11th c.) (monachos)
Metre(s) Dodecasyllable
Genre(s) Patron-related epigram
Subject(s) Isaac of Nineveh (7th c.)
Comment The first and the tenth verse respectively have eleven and fourteen syllables.
Number of verses 12
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