|Σιγᾶν πέπεικε τὴν θρασύστομον φρένα,|
|τὸ χρυσόρειθρον τῶν νοημάτων στόμα.|
|Text source||A. Marava-Chatzinikolaou, C. Toufexi-Paschou, 1997, Catalogue of the Illuminated Byzantine Manuscripts of the National Library of Greece. Homilies of the Church Fathers and Menologia 9th-12th Century (vol. 3), Athens: 124|
|Text status||Text completely known|
|Editorial status||Not a critical text|
|Subject(s)||John Chrysostom (saint)|
|Tag(s)||Spiritual value of the book|
|Translation(s)||The mouth from which issues the gold river of meaning has persuaded the impudent-tonged mind to keep silence.|
|Number of verses||2|
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|Identification||Vassis ICB 2005, 672: "In Ioann. Chrysostomi homilias contra Iudaeos"|
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