Occurrence 18551
(formerly occ/1909)

Type(s) [2631] Ὁ τὰ πάντα πληρῶν Θεὸς ἡμῶν δόξα (1 verse)
Text source DBBE
Text status Text completely known
Date 1294
Manuscript WILLIAMSTOWN - Williams College, The Chapin Library de Ricci 1 [1294-1295]
Place in Manuscript f. 361r
Person(s)
Scribe
Theodoros Hagiopetrites (13th-14th c.) - RGK: I.127, II.164, III.209 - VGH: 135.D - PLP: I.249 (grapheus, kalligraphos)
Contextual information The epigram is written at the end of the manuscript and is followed by another epigram, incipit χαίρω τὸ τέρμα, καταλαβὼν τ(ῶν) λόγων.
Metre(s) Dodecasyllable
Genre(s) Scribe-related epigram
Comment The first line has ten syllables.

Nelson (1991: 25) observes that this two-verse composition was typical for Hagiopetrites: 'Once Theodore invented or borrowed a phrase, he too continued to use it for years. For example, the following two lines in Vat. gr. 644 of 1279/80 reappear in the Williams College New Testament of 1294/95 and in Meteora 545 of 1296/97'.
Image source(s) http://ntvmr.uni-muenster.de/community/modules/papyri/?zoom=14&left=5&top=52&site=INTF&image=30483/0/5810/10/1433
Bibliography
Number of verses 2
Related occurrence(s)
Acknowledgements Inspection of the manuscript image was possible by courtesy of the 'Institut für Neutestamentliche Textforschung'.

Transcriber(s)
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