|Text source||M. Tomadaki, E. van Opstall 2019, The Tragedians from a Byzantine Perspective: Book Epigrams on Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides, Medioevo Greco. Rivista di storia e filologia bizantina. (MEG), 19, 193-220: 200-201|
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Xerxes, who held in his hands all the reins of the worldly four-sided monarchy, was deceived by the wise Pericles and covered the Persians’ offsprings in earth; in the meanwhile he escaped the cube of fortune in the nick of time.
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 ὁ τετραπλεύρου κοσμικ(ῆς) μοναρχίας
FLORENCE - Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (BML) - Conv. Soppr. 98  (f. 206v)
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|Identification||Vassis ICB 2005, 557: "In Aeschyli Persas"|