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Hagiōn paterōn apophthegmatōn apanthēsmata.
John Chrysostom, Saint, -407
Greek, Modern (1453- )
1 v. 170 x 105 (140 x 85) mm bound to 175 x 113 mm
Aphorisms and apothegms
Early works to 1800
Gregory, of Nyssa, Saint, approximately 335-approximately 394
Theophanes, the Confessor, -approximately 818
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Greek manuscript containing proverbs of several Church Fathers and philosophers, including: Athanasios, Vasileios, Grēgorios Nyssēs, Grēgorios ho thaumatourgos, Theodōrētos, Theophanēs ho Korydaleus, Iakōvos, Iōannēs ho Theologos, Iōannēs ho Chrysostomos, Iōannēs Damaskēnos, Aischylos, Aisōpos, Alkiviadēs, Aristophanēs, Dēmosthenēs, Zēnōn, Hēsiodos, Thalēs,Theophrastos, Loukianos, Periandros, Plutarch, Pythagoras, Polydōros, Philōn, and Chrysippos. The second part of the manuscript bears the title: "Philosophikōn apophthegmatōn apanthēsmata." Date also in purple ink at the end: "Tē 14 Ioun[iou] 1815."
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Physical decription: 22-27 lines a page, 2 parts in one volume, 8vo and 4to. The first part is on ff. /1r-/12v and the second on ff. /1r-/8v. It is written by several hands. Drop-head titles, author names and initials in purple ink, glosses preserved as fold-out extensions; index in another hand at the end of the manuscript; without foliation or signatures, pagination until p. 64.
Bound in contemporary half-leather (worn, most part of spine is missing).
Purchase: Acquired with matching funds provided by the Program in Hellenic Studies with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund. AM 2018-61.
Other standard number
C0879 (Princeton Greek MS. 133)