|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: 200-202|
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You, the governor of the four-sided earth, how is it possible that you were completely incapable of steering
the ship of the three-part soul, and let the base of the most royal mind to yield to folly, the one disgraced by everyone,
by which you were deceived and appeared as the fulfilment of the dark and irrational fate?
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 ὁ τετρακλίμου χθονὸ(ς) ὢν κυβερνίτης
FLORENCE - Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (BML) - Conv. Soppr. 98  (f. 206v)
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|Identification||Vassis ICB 2005, 556: "In Aeschyli Persas"|