Type 3654
(formerly typ/1762)

Τὸν εὔλαλον τέττιγα τῆς ἐκκλησίας,
τὸν μουσικὸν νοῦν, τὸν παρ᾽ ἡμῖν Ὀρφέα
Δαυὶδ τὸν ἐσθλὸν ἐν προφήταις τὸν μέγαν
τέτευχε θερμῶς Ἄνθιμος καλλιγράφος
εἰς κλέος, εἰς καύχημα τῶν ὀρθοδόξων.
Text source G. Parpulov, 2014, Toward a History of Byzantine Psalters, Plovdiv: 217
Text status Text completely known
Editorial status Not a critical text
Metre(s) Dodecasyllable
Critical Notes 4 τέτευχε θερμῶς Ἄνθιμος καλλιγράφος ] γέγραφεν Εὐθύμιος εἰς αὐτοῦ κλέος Par. gr. 164, Γρηγόριος τέτευχεν ὁ πρέσβυς πόθῳ Turin. B.VII.30
5 om. Par. gr. 164 and Turin. B.VII.30
Translation(s) The eloquent cicada of the church,
the musical mind, our Orpheus,
the splendid David, great among the prophets,

the scribe Anthimos has ardently composed
for the fame and pride of the faithful. (Oxon. Auct. D. 4.1)

the priest Gregorios has composed out of desire. (Turin. B.VII.30)

Euthymios has written for his glory. (Par. gr. 164)

R. Ricceri, K. Bentein, F. Bernard, A. Bronselaer, E. De Paermentier, P. De Potter, G. De Tré, I. De Vos, M. Deforche, K. Demoen, E. Lefever, A. Rouckhout, C. Swaelens 2023, The Database of Byzantine Book Epigrams Project: Principles, Challenges, Opportunities, Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities, On the Way to the Future of Digital Manuscript Studies, 1-41: 17-18
Number of verses 5

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Identification Vassis ICB 2005, 775: "Librarii subscr. in psalterium"
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Last modified: 2023-09-06.