|Text source||K. Bentein, F. Bernard, K. Demoen, M. De Groote 2010, New Testament Book Epigrams, Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 103(1), 13-23: 21-22|
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|Editorial status||Critical text|
The lyre of the Paraclete, inspired by the Holy Spirit,
resounding very harmoniously,
cut into pieces the disorder and swarm of digression.
Being in tune, he threw it into darkness, he made an end to it with his sound,
so that not in the least he has allowed the error to stay.
He drove it out, destroyed it, utterly demolished it.
Everywhere he built churches for God,
planted faith with a pious mind,
Paul, the divine and heavenly cicada,
the brilliant and light-bringing sun.
Shining with all orthodox doctrines,
he leads the people he has saved towards the Lord.
|Number of verses||12|
 ἡ πνευματοκίνητος τοῦ παρακλήτου
VATICAN CITY - Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana - Vat. gr. 363 [11th-12th c.] (f. 289r)
|Identification||Vassis ICB 2011, 225: "In s. Paulum"|