Anthologion - Mathēmatarion.

Manuscript, Book
Modern Greek (1453-)
[between 1810 and 1819]
484 pages : paper ; 220 x 150 (150 x 100) mm bound to 220 x 150 mm


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Summary note
Greek music manuscript containing "doxologiai" (short hymns for various worship servises, often added to the end of canticles, psalms, and hymns) and "mathēmata." Among the poets and composers named are: Iōannēs Prōtopsaltēs; Petros Lampadarios (also known as Petros, ho Peloponnēsios); Geōrgios, ho Krēs; Daniēl Prōtopsaltēs; Iōannēs Prōtopsaltēs; Iakōvos Prōtopsaltēs; Grēgorios Lampadarios (also known as Grēgorios, ho Prōtopsaltēs); Chourmouzios ho didaskalos; Chrysaphēs Lampadarios; Iōannēs Koukouzelēs; Meletios Sinaitēs ho Krēs; Anthimos, Patriarch of Jerusalem; Petros, ho Vyzantios; Gerōn Dionysios Archbishop of Ephesus; Xenos ho Korōnēs; Valasios hiereus ho nomophylax.
  • Ms. codex.
  • Title from fol. 1r.
  • Physical description: 14 double lines per page, 4to (220 x 150 mm.). Collation: 1-614: [244] ff., 484 + [4] pp. Contents: "Doxologiai" (pp. 1-220), "Mathēmata" (pp. 220-484), "Pinax tōn periechomenōn" (by a later hand, pp. [1]-[3]). Later title on upper endpaper: "Syllogē, ētoi eklogion diaphorōn doxologiōn kai mathematōn [ ... ]" ; previous owner's inscription on p. [3] ("Theodosios Oikonomidēs"); further inscriptions by modern hands ; signatures and pagination by the scribe.
Bibliographic references
Includes table of contents by a later hand.
Binding note
Princeton copy 1 Bound in contemporary brown contemporary leather (blind-tooled decoration); sewn on three raised bands.
Language note
  • 1. p. 1: Doxologiai / emelopoiēthē para Iōannou Prōtopsaltē.
  • 2. p. 220: Mathēmata.
Source acquisition
Purchase ; Acquired with matching funds provided by the Program in Hellenic Studies with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund. 2014. AM 2015-33.
Other standard number
  • C0879 (Princeton Greek MS. 108)
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