Occurrence 21944
(formerly occ/5811)

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) [3533] Σεῖο πολυκλήεντα τύπον στῆσαν, Χαιρωνεῦ (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 1476-1500
Manuscript GLASGOW - University Library - Hunter 424 (V.4.8.) [1348]
Place in Manuscript f. 7v
Palaeographical information This epigram was added by a later hand, whereas the manuscript dates to 1347/1348.
Contextual information The epigram is preceded by one more poem, inc. 'Ἐιπὲ ποῦ ἡ χθὲς ἔβη. ἡ δ᾽ αὔριον ποῦ ἔσται'.
It is followed by a rubricated note in Victor Falconius' hand, which includes a Latin translation of the epigram: 'Iste liber est Victoris falchonij: [obliterated] Nec mutuo ulli amicorum dandus, nisi fidei probate | nec precio quamuis magno alicui vendemus ++++ | Victoris Falchonii metaphrasis In plutarchi statuam:- | Hanc statuam posuere tibi plutarche cheroneu | Tam celebrem nati nobilis ausonie | Graecorum quoniam confers monumenta latinis, | Graecaque romanis inclyta gesta uiris. | Ipse tuam si forte uelis conscribere uitam, | Et similem queras, par tibi nullus erit: + | Anno etatis uigesimo. 1510. mense Junij. (...)'.
Metre(s) Elegiacs
Genre(s) Author-related epigram
Subject(s) Plutarch (1st c. - 2nd c.)
Comment = Anth. Gr. XVI.331

Young (1908: 349-350) gives only a partial text.
Number of verses 6
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