Occurrence 23721
(formerly occ/7688)

:·: οἱ μέλλοντ(ες) ἄδειν ἐν τῶδ(ε) τῶ βιβλίω,
εὐχ(ὴν) ἀπὸνέμ(ε)τ(αι) τῶν πάντ(ων) | λύτ(ην)·
ὅπ(ως) ἵλε(ως) κ’ἀμοῦ τ(ο)ῦ τάλανος ὡφθείη·
καὶ μὴ μέμφεσθ(αι) | δια τ(ὴν) ἀμαθ(ίαν)·
τὸ διμοκοπούμ(ε)ν(ον) γ(ὰρ) ἥρητ(αι) πανσώφ(ως)·
ὅτι ὁ γρά|φον πάντ(ως) καὶ π(αρα)γράφη·
ἵνα γὰρ μὴ εἰς μακρ(ῶν) ἐκτείνωμ(εν) τὸν | λόγ(ον)·
ἐπανίωμ(εν) καὶ αὖθ(εις) πρ(ὸ)ς τὸ μέλ(ος)·
τὸ γλυκομελλίρρυτ(ον) τ(ῆ)ς θεί(ας) | βίβλου·
ἥπερ προηγεῖται μ(ὲν) δα(υί)δ ὁ θεοπάτορ·
ἐκ τ(ῆ)ς μουσ(ι)κ(ῆ)ς | συνήρ(ας) ἐκμελήσ(ας)·
τ(οὺς) τέσσαρ(άς) τε ἧχ(ους) τοῦ θειοῦ μέλ(ους)·
καὶ μη θαυμάσ(η)ς | ἀγαπητ(αὶ) ἐν τούτω·
τ(ῶν) δ᾽ ἧχ(ων) πρὸς τ(ὴ)ν ὁκτάδ(αν)·
ὥσπερ γ(ὰρ) εἰσὶ τὰ | τέτταρα στιχεῖα,
οὗτω κ(αὶ) οἱ τέσσαρες κύριοι ἧχοι·
τα (δὲ) πλάγ(ια) κ(αὶ) || φθορ(ὰς) τοὺτων πά(ν)τ(ας);
ὁ ῥητορηκότ(α)το(ς) ἐξεθ(έ)τω πανσόφ(ως)
ἰω(άννης) τέ | φημοι δαμασκινὸ(ς) ὁ μέγ(ας)·
ὥσπερ ὁ ῥῆθεῖς προφήτ(ης) δα(υί)δ | λέγ(ει)·
παραδωτικ(ῶς) ἔσχεν αὐτ(οὺς) πανσόφ(ως)·
ἐκ σοφοῦ τινὸς | πηθαγόρου τὴν κλήσ(ιν)·
ἐκ τοῦτων γ(ὰρ) φημὴ τ(ῶν) τρι(ῶν) τῶν ῥηθέντ(ων)·
| ἀνελάβωμ(εν) τὴν μουσικὴν τὴν τέχνην·
τὴν μελοψαλμο|σύνθετον ἔνθεον βίβλον·
καὶ χορδοβροντοκρουστο·| (…)τον θεῖ(αν) κηθ(ά)ρ(αν)·
καὶ εὐμορφογοργοσυνθετωκρουστα| (...)πλεκτον
καὶ θεῖαν δἐλτον καὶ το ταχυπτ(...)
| (...)γοτροχοφλογω ἐμνοστοσύνθετον ο(...)
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) [6101] Οἱ μέλλοντες ᾄδειν ἐν τῷδε <τῷ> βιβλίῳ (29 verses)
Text source DBBE (Inspection of a reproduction of the manuscript)
Text status Text partially unknown
Date 25/09/1244
Manuscript PARIS - Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BNF) - Coisl. 41 [25/09/1244]
Place in Manuscript f. 263r-263v
Person(s)
Scribe
Matthaios (13th c.) - RGK: II.368 - VGH: 298.H (thytes)
Palaeographical information Written in red ink. The epigram is spread over two folia and is preceded and followed by an ornamental beam. The last verses of the epigram are not or hardly legible.
Contextual information The second part of the colophon, where information about the scribe and date are to be found, is written in prose (Politis (1958: 260) provides a fair transcription).
Metre(s) Dodecasyllable
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Bibliography
Number of verses 29
Related occurrence(s)
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