Occurrence 18184
(formerly occ/1504)

+ μάρκος εὐφραίνει ψυχὰς σκότει | μενοῦσας
μάρκος με τέρπει θεολογῶν τὰ πάντα· |
μάρκ(ος) φρουρεῖ με τέρατα ἐκδιδάσκ(ων)·
μάρκ(ος) φωτίζει τὴν ἐν | σκότ(ει) ψυχήν μου·
μάρκ(ος) αὐγάζει ψυχὰς τῶν χριστονύμων· ||
μάρκος διδάσκει· πάντ(ας) τοὺς θείους λόγους·
μάρκ(ον) ὁ ἔχ(ων), τὸν χ(ριστὸ)ν | ἔνδον ἔχει·
μάρκ(ον) ὁ ἔχ(ων) δαίμονας φυγαδεύει·
μάρκον ὁ φέρων | θ(εὸ)ν ἔνδοθεν φέρει·
μάρκ(ου) τοῦ θείου τέρπει με κ(αὶ) ἡ θέσις·
μάρκος μυεῖτε τ(ὸν) | μέγαν πέτρον ὄντως·
μάρκ(ος) φωτίζει λόγοις τὴν οἰκουμέν(ην)· |
μάρκ(ος) αὐγάζει τὰ πέρατα τοῖς λόγοις·
μάρκος κ(αὶ) μάρκος καὶ πάλιν | μάρκος μάρκος:–
Type(s) [2630] Μᾶρκος εὐφραίνει ψυχὰς σκότει μενούσας (14 verses)
Text source DBBE (Inspection of a reproduction of the manuscript)
Text status Text completely known
Date 14th-15th c.
Manuscript ATHOS - Mone Iberon 33 [1296]
Place in Manuscript f. 71v-72r
Palaeographical information After the ninth verse there is a long space, which divides the poem in two parts. This space was probably left for a miniature.
The epigram was not written by the main scribe of the manuscript.
Contextual information The epigram precedes the Gospel of Mark.
Metre(s) Dodecasyllable
Genre(s) Author-related epigram
Image source(s)
Number of verses 14
Acknowledgements Inspection of the manuscript image was possible by courtesy of the 'Institut für Neutestamentliche Textforschung'.


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