|| Γρηγορίοιο σοφοῖο πατριάρχοιο κτέαρ ἦν τόδε+|
|Type(s)|| Γρηγορίοιο σοφοῖο πατριάρχοιο κτέαρ ἦν τόδε. (1 verse)|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Manuscript||FLORENCE - Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (BML) - Plut. 10, Cod. 8 [11th c.]|
|Place in Manuscript||f. 1v|
|Palaeographical information||The verse is written in the 11th century manuscript by a later hand (the monk Klemes, as can be deduced from a preceding note).|
|Contextual information||The verse follows a longer note in prose, in which the scribe, a monk called Klemes, describes the acquisition of two codices by the Hodegetria monastery (cf. Kotzabassi 2004: 198-202).|
|Comment||The patron, according to Kotzabassi (2004: 199), is the patriarch Gregorios II Kyprios.|
|Image source(s)||Kotzabassi (2004: 200)|
|Number of verses||1|
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