Occurrence 29769

+ Τέλος ὧδε πέφηκε ταύτης τῆς δέλτου·
Ξένοι μὲν ἀγάλλον|ται, ἀθροῖν π(ατ)ρίδα·
Καὶ οἱ πλοῦν θαλάττιον, πλέοντες πά|λιν·
Λιμὴν ἡ αὐτῶν, ἔφεσις ἔστιν οἷμε·
Δούλων ἐπιθύμημα, μὴ | δούλος εἶναι·
Πτωχοῖς φιλοπλούτοις τε, πλουτεῖν τα κόσμου·
Ἀδόξους ἀνάγεσται φθάρτην εἰς δόξαν·
Τὸν αὐτὸν δὴ τρόπον τε, πιστεύ(ειν) | ἔχω.
Καὶ τοὺς βίβλον γράφοντας τὴν οἱ ἀνοῦν γε·
Τὸ τέρμα αὐτῆς, θε|άσασθαι πληροῦντα·
Χαρᾶς ἡδονῆς, εὐφροσύνης ἁπάσης·
καγὼ | τοιγαροῦν νικόλαος, τάχα καὶ ἀναγνώστης·
Τὸ παρὸν βιβλίον τε, | μαργαρίται τοῦ χρυσοστόμου·
Συλλέξας ὀργάνωσα, πόνω καὶ μόχθω·
Εἰς θ(εο)ῦ τε αἴνεσιν (καὶ) ὑμνωδίαν·
Πεπλήρωτο δὲ, ἐν χρόνοις τοῖς τοῦ | κόσμου·
Χιλίων ἐξάπλωμα ἐκατοντάδων·
Ἐννακοσίοις ἅμα | δὲ, εἰκοστῶ καὶ τετάρτω·
Ἰνδικτιῶνος (καὶ) αὐτῆς δὲ θ(ης)'·
Εν μην(ὶ) ἀ|πριλλίω τε, ἐπτά δε καὶ δεκάτ(ης)
– Ω χ(ριστ)έ μου σῶσον με, τὸν σὸν οἰ|κέτην·
Πρεσβείαις τῆς τεκούσης σε, καὶ σοφοῦ χρυσοστόμου +
Type(s) [29767] Τέλος ὦδε πέφυκε ταύτης τῆς δέλτου (22 verses)
Text source A. Binggeli, M. Cassin, M. Cronier, M. Kouroupou, 2019, Catalogue des manuscrits conservés dans la Bibliothèque du Patriarcat Œcuménique, Les manuscrits du monastère de la Sainte-Trinité de Chalki. Notes descriptives (vol. 1), Turnhout: 344 (image: plate 260)
Text status Text completely known
Date 17/04/1496
Manuscript ISTANBUL - Patriarchike Bibliotheke - Hagia Trias 128 [17/04/1416]
Place in Manuscript f. 236v
Person(s)
Scribe
Nikolaos (15th c.) (anagnostes)
Palaeographical information Written in the upper part of the folio without verse division. However, each line (except for line 12: 'καγὼ...') is delineated with an initial in red ink.
Contextual information Written at the end of the manuscript, following the 11th Homily Against the Anomoeans.
Metre(s)
Genre(s)
Subject(s) John Chrysostom (saint)
Comment Verses 1-11 are composed in the dodecasyllabic metre, featuring an expanded and elaborated variant of the 'Ὥσπερ ξένοι' type (cf. i.a. Type 2628). Verses 12-13 follow in hexameter, introducing the scribe Nikolaos. Verses 14-17 reintroduce the dodecasyllables, followed by verses 18-22, which alternate between dodecasyllable and political verse, and contain the date inscription.
Number of verses 22
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