|Type(s)|| Ἡ τετρὰς ὧδε τῶν μαθητῶν τοῦ Λόγου (4 verses)|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Manuscript||BUCHAREST - Muzeul national de arta 1 [12th c.]|
|Place in Manuscript||f. 289r|
|Palaeographical information||These verses (and the alike) were added by a second hand, which was slightly later than the main scribe of the codex (11th c.), according to Ioannidis (1868: 109-110). The ink is black in the main text, whilst the initials are in red.|
|Contextual information||The epigram is the second part of a text entitled 'στῖχοι ἴαμβοι' that was placed after the end of the Gospel of John in a folio that is characterised as 'alien and being stapled, completely for no reason' by Ioannidis (1868: 110): 'ἓν φύλλον ἀλλότριον καὶ ἀσκόπως ὅλως συνεῤῥαμμένον'.|
|Number of verses||4|
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