Eis ton eusevestaton, hypsēlotaton kai galēnotaton authentēn proteron Moldovias ... / enkōmion, hou synthetēs Makarios Archimandritēs, epiklēsin Kavadias, ho Kephallēn.

Author
Kavadias, Makarios [Browse]
Format
  • Manuscript, Book
Language
Greek, Modern (1453-)
Published/​Created
approximately 1802.
Description
[1-3], 34 pages, [1-5] : paper ; 22.5 x 16.5 cm

Details

Notes
  • Title from page 1.
  • "Eis ton eusevestaton, hypsēlotaton kai galēnotaton authentēn proteron Moldovias nyn de pasēs Oungrovlachias Kyrion Kyrion Kōnstantinon Hypsēlantēn, ton megaloprepestaton Hēgemona, enkōmion. hou synthetēs Makarios Archimandritēs, epiklēsin Kavadias, ho Kephallēn."-- Page 1.
  • Physical description: manuscript on paper; 13-16 lines a page, 4tο; written in Greek script in black ink. Blank the first three pages [1]-[3] and the last [1]-[5]; contemporary pagination by the scribe. On p. [3], preface written in two different hands, "Prologos tōn eis Kōnstantinon ton nomimōtaton hēgemona epainōn" signed by "M(akarios)" and "heteron hērōelegeion" signed by "I.N.". The main text on pages [1-34] starts: "Epaineisthai malista axion tous malista axiepainous katastantas ..." and ends: "...kateuthynois autō to skēptron es pampollous hēlious."
  • Princeton copy 1 Bookplate on front pastedown: "Ex libris Jacques Laget."
Binding note
Princeton copy Romanian binding contemporary with the writing; brown leather over hard boards with gilt decoration. On the front cover, there is the depiction of Crucifixion at the center of a diamond shape floral decoration and on the back cover is depicted the Virgin Mary holding Crist in her arms.
Source acquisition
Princeton copy 1 Purchase: Acquired with matching funds provided by the Program in Hellenic Studies with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund. AM 2022-062.
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