Homiliai eis euangelia kyriaka kai heortas tou holou eniautou / [hypo tou] theophanous tou epiklēn kerameōs archiepiskopou tauromeniou tēs Sikelias.

Author
Cerameus, Theophanes, Bishop of Taormina, 12th cent [Browse]
Format
Manuscript, Book
Language
Modern Greek (1453-)
Published/​Created
circa 1775-1799.
Description
1 v (553 p.) : paper ; 275 x 186 (210 x 120) mm bound to 284 x 200 mm

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Summary note
Consists of exegetical commentaries on the Sunday Gospels and the sacred feasts of the entire annual cycle by the bishop Theophanes Cerameus. Title at the beginning of the text states: "tou sophōtatou kai rētorikōtatou / theophanous tou epiklēn kerameōs / archiepiskopou tauromeniou tēs / Sikelias / homiliai eis / euangelia kyriaka kai heortas tou holou e/niautou. Eis tēn archēn tēs indiktou, ētoi / tou neou etous." Scribe's metrical note on p. 553: "charitas oida tō tōn kalōn dotēri, / ametrous, pollas kai tōn holōn sōtēri. / Doxan, ainon te opheilō soi prosaxai, / eme hōs enischysanti tod' antigrapsai."
Notes
  • Ms. codex.
  • Title from p. 1.
  • Physical description: 24-26 lines per page; last 23 pages are blank; upper margin of the first three leaves cut away; dampstain to the outer margin of last leaves. Manuscript is written in modern Greek script, in black ink; pagination by the scribe; without signatures. Includes a content list on pp. 548-553.
Binding note
Bound in contemporary blind-stamped morocco with a central lozenge containing a floral decoration, red edges, lower cover heavily worn; sewn on seven raised bands.
Language note
Greek.
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 2013-57.
OCLC
878190482
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