Collection of Greek texts.

Manuscript, Book
Modern Greek (1453-)
circa 1785-1800.
1 v. 20.8 x 14.5 cm


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Summary note
A compilation of Greek texts with interlinear glosses. The manuscript contains the following texts: "Aisōpou tou mythopoiou vios, Maximō tō Planoudē syngrapheis" (ff.1/1-5/8v); "Dēmosthenous olynthiakos logos a'" (ff. 6 / 1-7 / 2v); "Tou autou olynthiakos deuteros" (ff. 7 / 3-8 / 6), 4); "Tou autou olynthiakos tritos" (ff. 8 / 6v-10/3); "Tou autou kata Philippou logos a'" 3-12 / 6v); "Tou autou kata Philippou logos tritos'" (ff. 12 / 6v-15 / 8v); [Loukianou] "Toxaris ē philia" (ff.16 / 1-22 / 5 ); "Loukianou Nigrinos ē peri philosophou ēthous" (ff. 22 / 5v-24 / 8v), 9); [Loukianou] "Hermotimos ē peri haireseōn" (ff. 25/1- 31/5v, ff. 31/ 6-31 / 12 blank); [Loukianou] "Pros apaideuton, kai polla vivlia ōnoumenon" (ff. 32 / 1-33 / 8v); [A grammatical text in the form of letters between teacher and pupil] (Ff 34 / 1-38 / 2v, ff. 38 / 3-38 / 8 blank); "Tou en hagiois patros hēmōn Grēgoriou tou Theologou gnōmika disticha" (ff. 39 / 1-39 / 7v, ff. 39 / 8-39 / 10 blank); and [Gnōmai monostichoi] (ff. 40 / 1-40 / 5, ff 40 / 5v-40/6 blank). Note on f.15/8v states that at least Dēmosthenē's orations were taught by Daniēl Kerameus at the Patmos school.
  • Ms. codex.
  • Physical description: 8-31 lines a page, 4to; multi-color headpieces on ff. 1/1 and 39/1; notes on ff. 15/8v and 22/5: "Telos kai tō Theō doxa. Paradosis / tou kyr Daniēl, kai akroasis tou kyr Damaskēnou, tou Samiou" and "Telos tōn peri philias logōn tou Loukianou, Elave / telos eis ta dyo tou septemvriou mēnos. / Damaskēnos Samios." Owner's inscription on folio 1r.: "Ek tōn tou Iakōvou Pa[pa] Geōrgiou / Aristeidēs I. Lekatēs"; without foliation, contemporary pagination until p. 50; quires numbered in a modern hand.
Binding note
Bound in later half-leather over hard boards (slightly worn); sewn in four raised bands.
Language note
Written in three contemporary hands.
Source acquisition
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. 132)
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