|Type(s)|| Ποῖον κλέος; Πέπαυσο, μὴ γίνου κόλαξ (1 verse)|
|Text source||G. Parpulov 2017, Six Scribes of the Early Comnenian Period, Revista de Estudios Bizantinos, 5, 91-107: 97|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Manuscript||ATHOS - Mone Batopediou 162 [12th-14th c.]|
|Place in Manuscript||f. 149r|
|Contextual information||The epigram is preceded by Pamphilos' epigram, incipit: 'Τίς οὗτος; Εὐθύμιος, οὗ κλέος μέγα'.|
|Subject(s)||Georgios Pamphilos (12th c.) - VGH: 82.G - PBW: Georgios/20243/|
|Comment||Parpulov (2017: 97, note 23): 'The margin of f. 149r in Vatop. 162 preserves the following versified exchange between Pamphilus and Zigabenus, who evidently knew each other in person'.
According to Parpulov, the title and the verse are 'written in a hand and ink that are different from Pamphilus', and may be an autograph of Zigabenus'.
|Number of verses||1|