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Partial translation (vv. 34-46):
For just as Samuel had been dedicated from childhood to the temple of God to attend to it, to serve and administer it, and was then made a prophet of the Lord, a judge over the whole of Israel and a leader, so too (if one compares the two) is he: his wise parents having given him long ago to works of piety and a life without life [i.e. a life not of this world], he readily served at first, but when God saw that he was one of His elect and a venerable vessel of His divine commandments, He broke the bonds of servitude and made him the leader of the people of Laodikeia.
|Comment||Lauxtermann (2003: 137, 356): 'dedicated to Sisinnios of Laodikeia (c. 870-880)'.|
|Number of verses||102|
 τὸν χρυσόρειθρον ἐν θεηγόροις λόγοις·
BASEL - Universitetsbibliotek B.II.15 [876-900] (f. 1r-2r)
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|Identification||Vassis ICB 2005, 784: "In Sisinnium ep. Laodicensem de egloca homiliarum Ioann. Chrysostomi"|