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|Editorial status||Not a critical text|
Verses in rhythmical beat [written] in imitation of Pisides’ verses, learn, my friend, for my most powerful lord, Andronikos Komnenos Angelos Doukas Palaeologos, the breath of the Byzantines, to whom the power of logoi is not equivalent.
N. Zagklas 2019, Byzantine Poetry: an Introduction, in A. Rhoby, N. Zagklas, W. Hörandner (eds.), A Companion to Byzantine Poetry, Leiden, 1-15: 1
|Comment||The epigram is probably not composed by Philes (cf. Martini 1900: 237).|
|Number of verses||6|
|Identification||Vassis ICB 2005, 401: "Manuel Philes, Ad Andronicum Papaeologum sen. imp."|