Occurrence 19538
(formerly occ/3037)

+ ἔοικας· ὦ τᾶν εἰδέναι γράφ(ειν) ὕβρεις:
λυσιτελῶν (δὲ) μηδαμῶς διειδέναι:
ἦ γὰρ ἂν ἤδεις εὐσεβίου τ(οὺς) πόνους
(καὶ) τ(οὺς) ἀγῶνας· οὓς καθ᾽ ἑλλήνων ἔτλη
φλυαρί(αν) τὰ τῶνδε μακρὰν δεικνύων:
ὅπ(ως) ἰουδαί(ων) τε δυσσεβῆ πλάνην
ἀναιρετικοῖς ἐκθριαμβεύει λόγοις·
τ(ῶν) μαρτύρ(ων) ἀγῶνας ὡς μεγαλύνει·
τ(ῶν) αἱρετικ(ῶν) ὡς ἀναίρει τὸ στίφος
πρὸ(ς) πᾶν ὅ(πως) χρήσιμος εἱς θ(εο)ῦ σέβας:
ἔδει σε ταῦτα γινώσκοντα (καὶ) πλέω
μὴ λεξιθηρεῖν κατ᾽ ἰουδαί(ους) ἴσως,
(καὶ) μὴ νοοῦντα τ(ὸν) νόον τ(ῶν) λέξεων,
ὕβρεις καταχεῖν τοῦ τοσούτου τ(ὸν) λόγ(ον):-
Type(s) [3619] Ἔοικας, ὤ τᾶν, εἰδέναι γράφειν ὕβρεις (14 verses)
Text source DBBE (Inspection of a reproduction of the manuscript)
Text status Text completely known
Date 15th c.
Manuscript FLORENCE - Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (BML) - Plut. 70, Cod. 7 [10th c.]
Place in Manuscript f. 187v
Palaeographical information Written by a later hand, the manuscript dates to the 10th century.
Contextual information The epigram is preceded by another poem. Both are a reaction against the marginalia of a 13th-century scholiast, who polemicized against Eusebios of Caesarea and Sokrates scholasticus.
Metre(s) Dodecasyllable
Subject(s) Eusebios of Caesarea (260-265 - 339)
Image source(s) http://teca.bmlonline.it/ImageViewer/servlet/ImageViewer?idr=TECA0000871658&keyworks=plut.70.07#page/380/mode/1up
Number of verses 14

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