|Type(s)|| Ὁ τὰ πάντα πληρῶν Θεὸς ἡμῶν δόξα (1 verse)|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Manuscript||WILLIAMSTOWN - Williams College, The Chapin Library de Ricci 1 [1294-1295]|
|Place in Manuscript||f. 361r|
|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.|
|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'.
|Number of verses||2|
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