|Type(s)|| Ἐνταῦθα τὸν Γεώργιον Χιονιάδην νόει (3 verses)|
|Text source||DBBE (Inspection of a reproduction of the manuscript)|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Manuscript||NEW YORK - Columbia University Library, Rare Book and Manuscript Library - Smith Western Add. MS 10 |
|Place in Manuscript||f. 112v|
|Palaeographical information||Written in a scholarly hand with a fluid ductus and elaborate flourishes.|
|Contextual information||Verses 1-2 are written above a circular diagram representing the moon phases, while verse 3 is written underneath, most likely due to space limitations.|
|Subject(s)||Gregorios Chioniades (14th c.) - PLP: XII.30814 - RGK: - VGH: - PBE: - PBW: - PMBZ:|
|Comment||According to Kavrus-Hoffmann (2005: 220-222), the marginal scholia in this manuscript have most likely been composed and written by Gregorios Chioniades himself. Verse 2 likely refers to 'his friend and the commissioner of the commentaries, the monk Theodoulos.'|
|Number of verses||3|
Information on the occurrence courtesy of Georgi Parpulov.
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