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'The correction of the rash mistakes due to negligence, comes from Georgios, the humble monk and keeper of the archives of this monastery, to whom you may all truly grant your prayers, you who read this book without stumbling, thanks to the punctuation, letters and prosodic signs'.
K. Bentein, K. Demoen 2012, The Reader in Eleventh-Century Book Epigrams, in F. Bernard, K. Demoen (eds.), Poetry and its Contexts in Eleventh-century Byzantium, Farnham/Burlington, 69-88: 80
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 ὄρθωσις αὐτῆς σφαλμάτ(ων) ῥαθυμί(ας)
MESSINA - Biblioteca Universitaria - S. Salv. 71 (f. 168r)
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