Occurrence 20256
(formerly occ/3908)

This is a partially unknown text. The numbers on the left are there for reference purposes only and do not necessarily correspond with the actual verse number.
Type(s) [3147] Εἰπὲ ποῦ ἡ χθὲς ἔβη, ἡ δ’ αὔριον εἰπὲ ποῦ ἐστιν (6 verses)
Text source J. Young, P. Aitken, 1908, A Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of the Hunterian Museum in the University of Glasgow., Glasgow: 349-350
Text status Text partially unknown
Date 14th-15th c.
Manuscript GLASGOW - University Library - Hunter 424 (V.4.8.) [1348]
Place in Manuscript f. 7v
Palaeographical information Young (1908: 350): 'On f. 40, 7 v°. are seven rubricated lines of Greek verse (in a XIV.-XV. Cent. hand)'.
Contextual information The epigram is preceded by a title, in black ink, added by a certain Falconius: 'Exastichum est hoc epigramma: exametro pentametroque constans: | et pulcherrimam profecto de hominum uita pensitationem continens: +'.
The text is followed by one more epigram, inc. 'Σεῖο πολυκλήεντα τύπον στῆσαντο χερωνεῦ'.
Metre(s) Elegiacs
Genre(s) Reader-related epigram
Comment Young (1908: 350) states that the epigram counts 'seven rubricated lines of Greek verse). However, the related type counts only six lines, as we expect for a poem in elegiac couplets.
Number of verses 7
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