|Type(s)|| Οὐρανοφάντορ πάτερ ἡγιασμένε (4 verses)|
|Text source||DBBE (Inspection of a reproduction of the manuscript)|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Manuscript||COPENHAGEN - Det Kongelige Bibliothek - GkS 1343,4° [1076-1100]|
|Place in Manuscript||f. 1r|
|Palaeographical information||The epigram accompanies a miniature of the patron kneeling in front of Basil of Caesarea and a community of monks.
Written in golden ink.
|Comment||Schartau (1994: 120) gives a normalized orthography.
Parpulov (2017: 94-97, nn. 17, 20) identifies Basileios Anzas as the commissioner and suggests that the manuscript has been copied by Georgios Pamphilos: 'RGK III, nr. 66, mistakenly identifies Anzas as a scribe. In fact the verb τεύχω in the poems means that he commissioned the manuscript'.
|Number of verses||4|
 Ἀνζᾶν μοναχὸν εὐσεβῆ σακελλίου
VATICAN CITY - Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana - Barb. gr. 462 [11th c.] (f. 277r)
(2 verses) (1/4)
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