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Edited by
J.

B.

BURY

THE

CHRONICLE OF MOREA

>
JO

THE

CHRONICLE OF MOREA,
TO
XPONIKON

TOY MOPEQZ

A HISTORY IN POLITICAL VERSE, RELATING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FEUDALISM IN GREECE BY THE FRANKS IN THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY

EDITED IN TWO PARALLEL TEXTS FROM THE MSS OF COPENHAGEN AND PARIS, WITH INTRODUCTION, CRITICAL NOTES AND INDICES

BY

JOHN SCHMITT,

Ph.D.

PROFESSOR EXTRAORDINARY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LEIPZIG

METHUEN &
36

CO.
W.C.

ESSEX STREET,

LONDON
1904

PREFACE.
'T^HE Chronicle of Morea, which was edited ^ time commented on and translated by
for the first

Buchon,

is

indispensable for the comprehension of the history, customs.

" This

edition

of the Chronicle

of

Morea has

received

the

Zx)graphos prize of the Royal Academy, Munich:'

iiiciLericLis

wnicn

rtopi,

nad he
his

lived

to

throw the vast


literary form,

amount

of detail given in
;

work

into

could have utilized

and perhaps he might have exhausted But unfortunately

the subject of Franco-grecian history.


for
^

medieval history the fulfilment of this desire has been


See Gibbon's brief notice relating to Athens in Chapter LXII, where he Du Cange's Histoire de r empire de Constantinople sous les empereurs

refers to

franfais, Paris, 1668.


2

Nachlass Karl Hopfs

See R. Rohricht in Byzantinische Zeitschrift IV, 1895, p. 240: Der ; much material has been left by Hopf (registers,
etc.
ib.

unedited chronicles, documents

Baldwin

I).

Cf. also E. Gerland,

and a complete history of the emperor vui, p. 347 and xi, p. 321.

PREFACE.
^ I

^HE

Chronicle of Morea, which was edited for the

first
is

time commented on and translated by Buchon,

indispensable for the comprehension of the history, customs,

and language of medieval Greece.

It furnishes us

with an

accurate picture of a period of which Gibbon had, and could

have had, no exact knowledge,


the Chronicle of

since, in his time, neither

Morea nor the documents


historiography was

referring to the

Prankish conquest had been published \


curious
field

This new and


explored
it

for

first

by

Buchon and Hopf, and they developed


extent, that perhaps
little

to

such an

of

moment

still

remains to be

discovered.

Still

the literary legacy of


to
scholars,

HopP, which has


contain

been

made

accessible

may
into

new

materials which

Hopf, had he lived to throw the vast


in

amount of

detail given
;

his

work

literary form,

could have utilized

and perhaps he might have exhausted But unfortunately

the subject of Franco-grecian history.


for
^

medieval history the fulfilment of this desire has been


See Gibbon's brief notice relating to Athens in Chapter LXII, where he

refers to

Du

Cange's Histoire de P empire de Constantinople sous

les

empereurs

fran^ais., Paris, 1668.


^

Nachlass Karl Hopfs

See R. Rohricht in Byzantinische Zeitschrift iv, 1895, p. 240: Der ; much material has been left by Hopf (registers,
etc.
ib,

unedited chronicles, documents

Baldwin

I).

Cf. also E. Gerland,

and a complete history of the emperor vili, p. 347 and xi, p. 321.

VI

PREFACE

prevented by Hopf's premature death.


count, based on Hopf,
in his
is

readable ac-

given of this period by Hertzberg

History of Greece, and by Gregorovius in his elabo-

rately written History of


all

A thens in the Middle Ages, in which


The
Tozer
brief sketch
in his paper,

the events of the Prankish period are related as they could

be observed from Athens as the centre.


of the history of

Morea given by H.

F.

The Franks

in the Peloponnese,

can also be read with profit

by

all

who wish

to get a general view of the subject.


historical material a

For the purpose of supplying

new
be

edition of the Chronicle was not perhaps a pressing need.

But

in publishing the different texts,


little

Buchon, as

will

seen hereafter, has done very

to further the

knowledge

of medieval language and literature, and this has been the

main reason

for

undertaking an edition on a new


is

basis.

In

this edition the Chronicle

not treated as an indifferent

document subservient only


but with
all

to the history of political events,


it

the deference due to

as the chief literary

monument
Greek.

of the Frankish period and one of the earliest,


in

most important and extensive compositions


In the last thirty years

popular

many

of the most valuliterature

able texts relating to popular Greek

of

the

Middle Ages have been published.


were begun
Sathas,

These laborious studies

by Mavrophrydis, carried on by Wagner,


of late

Lam pros and

by Hesseling, and we are


for the

particularly indebted to

Emile Legrand

promotion

of Neohellenic philology

by means of

his

numerous and
All these texts
literary

valuable collections of literary documents.

have furnished ample materials


studies, while the conditions

for

grammatical and

under which the Chronicle of


it

Morea was published rendered

unsuitable for such pur-

PREFACE
poses.

vii

carefully prepared edition, such as the present


I

one, can,

hope, be considered as a contribution to the


it

study of the Greek language as

was spoken

in the 13th

and 14th

centuries.

It

was

my

intention to

add a concise

grammar, based on the language of the Chronicle, and


I

have gathered abundant materials

for this

purpose
lie

but
out-

a chapter devoted exclusively to


side the scope of the

grammar would

volumes of

this Series.

The Index

of

Words however
grammatical
Prankish period.

will furnish a

conspectus of some of the


in

forms which

Greek had assumed

the

The
part of

preparation of this edition has occupied a large

my
and

time for a number of years.

The

collation

of the MSS. took

me

to

Copenhagen,

Paris,

Turin and

Rome
text,
I

in the island of

Corfu, while preparing

my

had opportunities of becoming familiar with the


In the beginning of 1895

spoken language of Greece.


I

presented

my

work
it

to the

Royal Academy

in
its
I

Munich
public

and received from


session on
to collate

the Zographos-prize in

March

28th.

Then

again, in Munich,
time.

resolved

the MSS. a second

Through the kind-

ness of the director of the libraries of Copenhagen,

Dr

Bruun, councillor of

justice,

and Monsieur

Delille,

membre
in Paris,

de rinstitut, director of the Bibliotheque Nationale


the MSS. were sent to

me

to Munich,

where

could study

them again

in the

Royal Library.

In the following year

the MS. of Turin was sent to


Vittorio

Rome

where

in the Biblioteca

Emanuele
details of

was able

to revise

my
The

collation of

it

and note

minor importance.

incorporation

of these details increased


to

my

work, but

it

seemed desirable

make

this edition as

complete as possible.

VIll

PREFACE
I

hope that

this edition,

which presents the

fruit

of

long and arduous labour,

may

prove useful to students of

history as well as of the language and literature of Greece


in the 13th

and 14th

centuries.

Finally

would express

my

acknowledgements

to the officials of every grade in the


for their friendly assistance,

libraries

mentioned above

and

my

special indebtedness to

Monsieur Omont, the chief of


Nationale.
sacrifice

the department of MSS. in the Biblioth^que

Many

thanks are due to the publishers for the

they have

made

in

promoting the medieval philology of

Greece, and to the printers for having in


respect facilitated

more than one

my

task.

JOHN SCHMITT.
Leipzig.

Connewitz.

September, 1903.

CONTENTS.
Preface Abbreviations explained Principal Works consulted Editions of Texts referred to Introduction
I.

PAGE v
xi

xii

xiv

xv

Description

II.

Cod. Havniensis Cod. Parisinus Cod. Bernensis Cod. Taurinensis The editions of the Greek Chronicles by Buchon His edition of the French Chronicle The Italian and the Aragonese versions The synopsis of Dorotheas of Monembasia Buchon's object exclusively historical;
of
the

MSS.

xv

his neglect of philology


III.

xix

The

Spirant and Tenuis Double consonants Accents Final v Synizesis. Details in spelling Proper names tC rendered by Siglae Details in phonetics: for Km'; for
:
:

present edition Its plan. preparing the texts Itacism

General principles

in

ra-

ki

oroi/

els

Tov.

Spellings suggested by the science of language

The mofs savants are not reduced to the standard of popular phonetics Difficulty in rendering the mediae without a preceding nasal sound

xxii

IV.

The

relations existing

rences in

between the versions Diffelanguage between H and P Faint national

tendencies expressed in P Fanciful alterations in T Was the original Chronicle written in Greek or in

French?
version

Arguments

in favour of

an original Greek
xxviii

V.

The

political verse

Its description

It is

the national

Greek verse Its occurrence in English, French and Italian Reasons why many metrical errors are found

in the Chronicle

xxxiii

CONTENTS
PAGE
VI. Chronological questions regarding the Chronicle Only the date of the French version can be determined it was composed between 1333 and 1346 the original Greek version shortly after 1300, but H in its present form was written before 1388 and P after that year The author refers to the ocular witnesses of the events
;
:

he relates The substance of H's account appears to be unaltered


VII.

xxxvi

The author and his work He was hardly a Gasmule, but a Frenchman in character, sentiment and religion
His predilection for all that concerns feudal law and its practice His relation of the artifices practised by the mighty of that time His main objectThe place which the Chronicle occupies in literature Its language Mots savants and their flexion Syntax Why has this history of Morea been composed in verse ?

xxxviii

VIII.

The contents
It is

of the Chronicle, and

its

historical value

Hopf and
IX.

a historical source of a secondary order Sanudo An example of errors contained in his merit

the Chronicle Its contents The division of

Morea

xlvii

Organisation of Morea, and why the Franks did not Gradual extinction of the French fuse with the Greeks The three periods of Frankish dominion Causes of the Conquest Feudalism could have been beneficial The Conquest in connection with the political and A fusion of both literary renovation of the Greeks races would have been inevitable Traces of it in the

language
X.
nfluence of the Chronicle on Goethe's Faust Passages in the 'Helena' {Faust II, Act 3) referring to its deI

scription of feudal customs, the division of the Pelopon-

nesus

among the vassals of the Prince, the castle near Sparta etc. Concluding remarks on the genesis of the 'Helena'

Iviii

Summary
Chronological Tables The Text of the Havniensis and Parisinus, with the Notes of the Taurinensis
Indices: Index of notable Greek words I.
II.

Ixvii

Ixxxvi

1-596

Index of persons, Franks and Greeks


Index of geographical names
countries

....
.

599

623

III.

in the Western and Eastern

Index of names of places

in

Morea and Athens

630 633

ABBREVIATIONS EXPLAINED.
H
P
denotes
:

codex Havniensis, described on page xv.

Parisinus

xvi.

Taurinensis xviii. jj Livre de la Conqueste, see page xix. L Encycl. I denotes: Karl Hopf, Griechenland im Mittelalter und in der Neuzeit, Allgemeine Encyklopaedie der Wissenschaften und A!'?^'j'/<?...herausgegeben von Ersch und Gruber, erste Section,

Theil 85, page 67 sqq. Encycl. II denotes the same work continued in Theil 86. Chroniques grdco-romafies inSdites ou peu Chron. gr. rom. denotes connueSy publides avec notes et tables gendalogiques par Charles
:

Hopf, Berlin, Weidmann, 1873.

This work contains the Istoria

del Regno di Romania^ by Sanudo, and the Italian Chronicle referred to in the Introduction.

For other abbreviations referring to the Index of notable Greek words and the Index of geographical names see p. 599 and p. 633.

PRINCIPAL

WORKS CONSULTED.

Baumgart, Hermann, Goethes Faust als einheitliche Dichtung^ Band


II, Konigsberg, 1902. Bury, John B., " The Lombards and Venetians in Euboea," Journal of Hellenic Studies vil. Dieterich, Karl, " Geschichte der Byzantinischen und Neugr. Littera-

tur," in

Litteraturen des Ostens in Einzeldarstellungen,

Band

IV,

Leipzig, 1902.
Ellissen, Analecten der mittel-

und neugriechischen Litteratur^


is

Leipzig,

1856; in vol.
verse.

II

a part of the Chronicle

translated into

German

Fallmerayer, Geschichte der Halbinsel Morea

wdhrend des

Mittelalters^

1830 1836.
Gibbon, The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, edited in 7 volumes with introduction, notes etc. by J. B. Bury, In vol. IV, appendix, mention is made of the London, 1898. Chronicle of Morea. Hatzidakis, George N., Einleitung in die neugriechische Grammatik,
Leipzig, 1892.

Hertzberg, Gustav Friedrich, Geschichte Griechenlands seit dem Absterben des antiken Lebens bis zur Gegeftwart, Gotha, 1876.
Jannaris, A. N.,

An historical Greek Gratmnar, London, 1897. Krumbacher, Karl, Geschichte der Byzantinischen Litteratur von
Justinian
1897:
see
bis
p.

zum Ende
833.

des ostrbmischen Reiches, Miinchen,


XIII sihle^

Loray,

le

marquis Terrier de,

Un parlement de dames au
1880, p. 205 sqq.

Acad^mie de Besangon, ann^e

Meyer, Gustav, " Neugriechische Studien," Sitzungsberichte der kais, Akademie der Wissenschaften in IVien, Band CXXX und CXXXii, Wien, 1894. Pniower, Otto, Goethes Faust, Zeugnisse und Excurse zu seiner

Thomas,

Entstehungsgeschichte, Berlin, 1899. Calvin, Goethes Faust, Vol. II, Boston (Heath
Albert,

&

Co.), 1897.

Thumb,

Handbuch der neugriechischen

Volkssprache, Strass-

burg, 1895.

Tozer, H. F.,

of Hellenic a survey of the Frankish conquest from 1204 1432, an account of the Chronicle and topographical notices, referring to Morea, which the author visited in 1882. In this article we find a description of Acova p. 216, Carytaina 219, Nikli 222, Passava 226, Mistra 228, and other places. For other geographical works see Index p. 633. I also refer to my treatises on this subject and in particular to my dissertation, which the reader can consult for further details
Studies,
vol.
IV,

"The Franks

in the Voio^onnQst,^^ Journal

1883,

contains

PRINCIPAL WORKS CONSULTED

XIU

Schmitt, John, Die Chronik von Morea, eine Untersuchung iiber das Verhdltniss ihrer Handschriften und Versionen^ a dissertation.

Miinchen, 1889.

"Zur Ueberlieferung der Chronik von Morea," in Festschrift Konrad Hofmann zum "josten Geburtstag gewidmet^ Separatabdruck aus den Romanischen Forschungen, Band v, (Erlangen) 1890. " La Thdsdide de Boccace et la Thdsdide grecque," in Etudes de philologie neo-grecque^ publides par Jean Psichari (Biblioth^que de I'Ecole des Hautes Etudes, 92 fascicule), Paris, 1892. Ueber phonetische und graphische Erscheinungen im Vulgdrgriechischen^ Leipzig, 1898.

As in this edition the historical questions suggested by the Chronicle have been only incidentally referred to, it has not been

my

object to quote

all

the works of history connected with the conquest

and accurate account of these works is given by Krumbacher, Geschichte der By2. Litteratur, p. 836 sq., p. 1076, and especially p. 1081, under the heading: Der lateinische Orient.
of the Franks.
full

EDITIONS OF TEXTS REFERRED TO.


Hesseling, D.

C, Les cinq livres de la lot {le Penfateugue), traduction en n^o-grec publi^e en caract^res hdbraiques k Constantinople en 1547, transcrite et accompagnde d'une introduction etc.
Leide, 1897.

Kai/eXXaActy, K. N., XiaKO. 'AvaXfKra,

Athens, 1890.

Lampros, Spyr.

P., Collection

de Komatts grecs^ Paris, 1880.

Legrand, Emile, Biblioth^que grecque vulgaire^ Paris, 1880. Legrand et Sathas, Les exploits de Digdnis Akritas^ Paris, 1875.
K. N., Meo-attovtKjy Bi^XioOijkt], Tofxos B, Venice, This 873. volume contains the Chronicles of Cyprus by Leontios Machairas and Georgios Boustronios. Wagner, Wilhelm, Carmina graeca medii aevi, Lipsiae, 1874. Wagner, Wilhelm, Trois polmes grecs, Berlin, 1881 it contains Lybistros and Rodamne.

^a6ai^

INTRODUCTION.
I.

Description of the Greek MSS.

I.

Codex Havniensis.

is

contained in the collection of

which forms a part of the University library of Copenhagen. It is quoted: codex Havniensis 57, 4 Chart, foil. 237. According to Mr Omont, the MS. was written in the fourteenth
Fabricius,

or in the beginning of the fifteenth century.

detailed description

Zur Ueberlieferung der Chr. von Morea, p. 519 sqq., especially p. 529 sqq., of which I here give a brief recapitulation. The MS. is undoubtedly written by a Greek scribe; it is very legible and even comparatively correct in spelling; its paper is of a light brown colour and ribbed, the column containing the text is small and the margin rather broad. In every verse the initial letter is written in red ink; and till fol. 6^ every verse, and after this every third verse, begins with a new line. The three first leaves have been lost and the MS.
of
it

is

given in

my

article:

begins with

1.

105 of the Parisian version. a short history connected with this

There

Thomas
into the

ms. From who belonged to a learned family, it passed hands of Johannes Grammius (Hans Gram 1685 1748),
is

Bartholin,

who was

the professor

of Greek

language and history at the


Fabricius received
the
letter

University of Copenhagen.

From him
and the
it.

MS. as a Christmas gift in 1725;


it

which accompanied

clearly

shows that Gram did not take the

slightest interest in the

calls it a munusculum and says Ego quidnam illud sit historiae^ Fabricius ob barbarietn idiomatis, fateor me haud satis intelligere, explains to Gram its contents and sends him in return the thirteenth volume of his Bibliotheca. From the hand of Fabricius we find the following note on the first {i.e. fourth) leaf

Chronicle and wished to get rid of


nullius pretii aut momenti,
:

He

b 2

xvi

INTRODUCTION
Meursio
citatus.

Memorat de
Francorum
in

bello sacro de capta a Francis

Poli.

A.C. 1304 (read 1204).

Cangio

De

bellis

Morea.

Circa 1277, infra

p.

202.

Versibus politicis graecobarbaris.

then find scribblings of no importance, and in the corner ex dono cl{arissimt) Grammii^ distinct characters to the Above the middle of the page lo. Albert Fabricius A. 1^26.
left in
:

We

we read
it

the

name

the right corner, written

Thomae Bartholin^ almost obliterated, and in more distinctly lo. Grammii. Under
:

was

written, as a

title,

vocabularium graecum, but then crossed

out again.

Fabricius

Graeca,

f. 27^ we find four and on f. 28^ three pentalphas. makes no mention of the Chronicle in his Bibliotheca and Meursius only extracts some words which he

On

attempts

to explain in

his

Glossary, but often with very

little

him was the codex P. Fabricius died in 1736; his library, papers and letters were bought in 1775 t>y the University library of Copenhagen and thus our ms. returned Among the books left by Fabricius it is again to Denmark.
success; the ms. used by
qualified thus in the auctioneer's catalogue:

No. 166. Anonymus scriptor ad historiam Byzantinam spectans, agensque de bellis Francorum in Morea (ita citatur a Cangio in Indice Scriptorum Anonymorum, T. 2, Glossarii Graeco barbari), stilo graecobarbaro, sed ab initio atque in fine aliquot foliis mutilatus.

every

The paging of the new quinternion

ms.

is

of three kinds

by the indication of

or layer of 10 leaves, by Greek numbers,

only continued from 8' to /)/m' (fol. 145), and by Arabic numbers from 4 237, by the hand of Fabricius. There is a lacuna of two pages indicated by the quinternions (see notes on p. 298 and 320), but there are other lacunae, filled by P, of which the quinternions take no heed; the ms., therefore, must have been

incomplete when copied.

2898 = P, chart, foil. 233, saec. was originally in the Hbrary of 19; Francis I at Fontaine bleau. On fol. i"" the title is in the handwriting of Angelus Vergetius
II a.

Codex
cm.

Parisinus gr.

XV.

XVI.,

o,

28 X

o,

it

+ V T<38 l(Tri ravra + lOTopta Tts ^ovA.yape\ Trept rov Orjaeuys kol twv d/xa^ovoiv + + tri toTTopia y8ovA.yap, ttoJs ol (jipdyyoL eXaftov r^v iipova-oK'qyi, KaX 7roA.A.a aAAa /Aep>7 avaroAiKa +
:
:

/3oi;X7{i/3

= Italian

volgare^

an attempt to find

a proper term for

Romaic

or Neohellenic.

INTRODUCTION

XVU
Cange, according to

On

a slip

in

the handwriting of

Du

M. Omont, we

read:

2569 (number referring to the catalogue of the year 1682), Anonymi de amoribus Thesei et Aemyhae Libri xil versibus politicis. Edit.
Venitiis, fol.
i.

Bellis Hierosolymitanis Libri II versibus politicis. In priore primas Francorum in Syriam expeditiones, in altero expugnationem urbis C. Politanae ab iisdem, et eorum in Peloponneso seu Morea res gestas. Auctor vivebat circa annum MCCC. Scriptoribus

Anonymi de

francicis jure accensendus,

fol.

in. Codex chartaceus varia nee antiqua

manu

scriptus.

Then
Vide
in indice

in the

hand of E. Miller
et

Du

Cangii Glossarium mediae


col. 65.

infimae graecitatis, tom.

11.

auctorum
:

The remark
Thus
article
fol.
:

Laudatur a Leone AUatio,

is
1

from

the ms.

contains:

fol.

J.

Boivin.

11

a translation from
(see

Italian into popular

Greek of the Theseide of Boccaccio


et la

my

Ill

233 the Chronicle of Morea, of which the beginning has


is

La Theseide de Boccace

Theseide grecque), and

been preserved, while the end


relating to the

wanting as in H.

The

episode

nephew of
p.

Geofifroy of Carytaina,

which the scribe


edition inserted
218^' the ms.
it is

has transferred to the end of P, has been in


into
its

my
fol.

proper place,

527

p. 549.

From

is

continued by a new and somewhat more cursive hand;


in

written

double columns
line.

like prose; the verses

do not begin with a

new

11/^.
is

Codex

Parisinus

gr.

simple

copy

of

the

former,

2753, chart., foil. 393, saec. xvii. but badly executed and

valueless.

II

c.

Codex Bernensis
It

gr.

509,

8*^,

chart,

foil.

226, saec. xvi.,


it

belongs to the family of the Parisinus 2898, of which


identical copy.

is

an was

has not been described by Buchon.

I exit

amined

it

in Paris in the Bibliotheque Nationale, to

which

sent through the kindness of


library of Berne.

Mr

Bloesch, the director of the

The Bernensis, far from being an untrustworthy copy of another MS., is an interesting example of the thoughtlessThus the ness with which some scribes performed their task.
of P, written by Angelus Vergetius,
is

title

which

refers

to

the

Theseide,

reproduced in

all its details,

with the crosses in their

proper places, but the

poem

itself

has not been copied.

Even

XVlll

INTRODUCTION
P
are rendered with the utmost accuracy.

the numerous faults in

Thus we read

in the ms.

1.

8449/5 1 in
iKbJbrj
rj

this edition)

krjTTOV

TO Tjiraalv KL

KaftaXapi

oiTr(ip)(ovv

Xoyei

Treprjirl

^apiofxev va ra ypa<f>Oy

which

lines are given with all the details of misspelling in the


f.

Bernensis,

225'',

has been corrected.


a Greek scribe,
the Parisinus.

which seems to indicate who had been ordered to make an exact copy of It was probably for Bongars that this order was
1.

24, with the sole exception of Ka^aXapoi,

The

free use of ligatures

executed, as

it

is

certain that the library of the author of Gesfa


after his

Dei per Francos was


of Berne.
III.

death incorporated in the library

Codex Taurinensis B,
is

11.

=T;

the old signature in the


foil.

catalogue of Pasini

lxvi.

c.

hi. 9;

chart,

129, saec. xvi.

This MS. can be classed with the Havniensis, to which, however, it is much inferior, being copied by a scribe who left many gaps

and deteriorated the


tions.

text of

by misspellings and misrepresenta-

was not known to any of those who hitherto studied the Chronicle, and it is only a few years ago that my attention was called to it through the kindness of M. Emile Legrand. A specimen furnished me by the late Joseph Mueller, professor of the University of Turin, convinced me at once of the importance
of this text for the later development of medieval Greek, and
I

resolved to

make an
versi.

exact collation of

it.
1.

On

fol.

i"*

is

the

title:

Cronica in
i^
it

The

text begins

on
its

on

fol.

does not continue, but in

57 of the edition; place we find rough

drawings of crosses, lances, ladders,


to the crucifixion of Christ;
fol.
it

etc., all

also contains

same line and continues to the end without any further interruption. On fol. 129 we find a note from the hand of one of the owners of MS. + ts Tovs ^iA.iovs TTCVTaAcocrtou? oyZorjKOVTa ^t k.t.X. then follows the account of a sea voyage in which the ms. was probably brought to Italy; then on the two following pages recur crucifixes, numbers, scribblings etc. and, on the last leaf, the relation of the sea voyage is repeated with more details and begins: + is 1586
2^ the text begins again at the
folio
:

implements referring some numbers; on as on the preceding

X/HOTTov K.T.X.
swellings,

The

last

leaf verso

contains

a prescription for
is

by another hand.

In these notes the handwriting

poor and the spelling extremely bad; it is very difficult to read them. Still they are of some importance, as they reflect the language of the time used by the common people.

INTRODUCTION
II.
1.

XIX

The

editions of the
la

Greek Chronicle.
de
Constantinople
et

Chronique de

conquete

de

Tetablissement des Fran^ais en Moree, ecrite en vers politiques

par un auteur
et traduite

anonyme dans les premieres annees du xiv^ siecle, pour la premiere fois d'apres le manuscrit grec inedit This book contains a translation par J. A. Buchon, Paris, 1825. of the Chronicle, cod. P 2898, into French; only the Prologue
I

(1.

1338)

is

given in Greek.

Chroniques etrangbres relatives aux expeditions frangaises pendant le xiii^ siecle, publiees pour la premiere fois, elucide'es et traduites par J. A. C. Buchon. It contains: Anonyme grecj
2.

Chronique de la principaute frangaise d'Achaie (texte Grec inedit). Ramon Muntaner, Chronique d'Aragon, de Sicile et de Grece Bernard (TEsclot^ Chronique (traduction nouvelle du Catalan). de Pierre III et expedition frangaise de 1285 (texte Catalan inedit). Anonyme Sicilien, Chronique de la conspiration de I. Prochyta,
(traduite

du

sicilien).

dated 1841.

Paris, Mairet, 1840; some copies are This edition contains the whole of P 2898 with

a French translation.
3.

Recherches historiques sur


et

la

principaute

frangaise

de

Moree

ses hautes baronies.

Bt/3Atov tj^s KovyKcWas... public

pour la premiere fois d'apres le manuscrit de Copenhague...par Buchon. Premiere epoque. Conquete et etablissement feodal,

de

I'an

1205 a

I'an

1333.

Tome

second.

Paris, Jules

Renouard

In this edition the codex Havniensis, Fabricius 57, has been published for the first time, with notes and indices, but without a translation.
Cie, 1845.

&

The
1.

editions of the French, Italian

and

Arago?iese versions.

The French
It

la

Conqueste,

forms the

Recherches.

by Buchon Le Livre de volume of the above-mentioned was discovered by Buchon in Marechal's CataChronicle, called
first
11,

logue of the library formerly belonging to the dukes of Burgundy,


in Brussels

(Tome

p.

434, Empire latin d'Orient,


title:

Moree

etc.

No. 15702; van Hulthem 226, with the la Moree).


2.

de

la

Conqueste de
>

Italian Chronicle, published for the first time ^/ Hopf, Chroniques greco-romanes, pp. 414 468, ^^^ discovered by him in the Bibliotheca Marciana (Appe*^' "^^* The ms., which is only a'-^'^^^^^^^s CI. VII, No. 712), in Venice.

The

Charles

XX
translation of the

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Greek Chronicle (cp. p. xlii), was published studies on the original form of the
Chronicle, although written at a

with a view
Chronicle.
3.

to facilitate

The Aragonese

much later

Libro de de la Morea, compilado por comandamiento de Don Fray Johan Ferrandez de Heredia, maestro del Hospital de S. Johan de Jerusalem. As the title indicates, this work is a compilation, which is principally based on the Chronicle of Morea and, as I have shown in my dissertation p. 102 sqq., the compiler made use of the French version as well The Aragonese Chronicle was found in the as of the Greek. Cronica de los Conquiridores (Bibl. Osuna, La graftt crbnica de
family.
title is:

date, in 1393, belongs to the

same

The

los fechos et conquistas del Principado

los

conquiridores^ vol.
first

i.

part.

2,

Est.

3 et 4,

tab.

i).

It

was

published for the


vol.

time with a French translation, introduction


in the S^rie historique,

and commentary by Alfred Morel-Fatio


IV

of

the

Publications

de

la

Soci^te

de

I'Grient

Latin

(Geneva, Jules Guillaume Fick, 1885). There is another work which is based on the Chronicle and contains a part of it, but in a paraphrase in prose Bi/3Atov
:

ttrroptKOi/,

7repu)(OV iv crvvoij/tL

8ta<^opov<j

kol i^oxov^ to-Topta?,

by

Dorotheus of Monembasia.

This popular book was printed in

Venice in 1631, as it seems, for the first time, and new editions of it were published in 1685, 1743, 1786 and even 1814. A part of it, relating to Morea, has been reprinted by Buchon in his
edition of the Parisinus, pp. xviii

xliii.

T/ie editions

of Buchon.

Buchon, who was the


Grecian history after

first

to take
is

up the thread of Franco-

Du

Cange,

entitled to

much

praise for

having spent

many

years of his

life

in the laborious researches

connected with the Chronicle of Morea, which have led to the development of a new branch of history. His collections of documents, as well as the notes which accompany his editions,
are valuable
useful, they

and abundant, but, though highly meritorious and needed to be supplemented and confirmed by the later researches of Karl Hopf, who, being impartial and free from ^*'^ional bias, sets in its proper light the extensive information he ^^^ ble to obtain from Italian and Greek sources. Buchon was pene i-^^ ^^^.j^ ^^ sentiment his editions were of nationality mtenaea ^ ^^^^ ^s an illustration of French glory in the past.
;

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xxi

His aims are almost exclusively historical, a fact which is suffiby the undeveloped state of Neohellenic philology Still Du Cange, who made an abundant use of the in his time. materials contained in the Chronicle for his Glossary, had called the attention of the philologists to this text and had even thought of publishing it, but died before executing his plan. Perhaps the
ciently explained

character of the ms., the untrustworthiness of the accounts in the

Chronicle, which could not escape his notice,


its

and perhaps even unusual language, which in the eyes of Greek students was
barbarous, prevented

deemed

him from doing so

in earlier years.
it

Boivin too cherished the same intention but failed to carry

out.

In Buchon's time the learned Greek scholar Adamantios Kora'is

had done much


nature.

for the appreciation of popular Greek, but his

pursuits were, like those of

Du

Cange, of a merely lexicographical


the edition of two

No Greek

scholar had yet attempted to publish an exif

tensive text in this idiom,

we except

poems

of

Prodromos by Korais in his Atakta^ vol. i. The popular Greek books, which were issued for centuries by the printingof Venice, were

offices

intended only for the use of the un-

cultivated classes in Greece; they were not published with the

purpose of furthering Greek learning, and are mostly so incorrect


that they can only be read with a considerable
tration, or at least

amount of pene-

an intimate knowledge of the spoken language, Buchon declares in his edition of P, p. 202, that the advancement of Greek philology is not the object he has in view and he refers to an edition of the version of Copenhagen, then prepared by Mr Landois, as capable of satisfying the needs of philology in every way. Buchon would certainly not have thought of pub-

lishing the Chronicle,

had

it

not contained a great deal of the

information on which his researches were based, and this

may be

said in excuse for his texts, which cannot serve for the study of the

medieval language of Greece.


Havniensis
faulty,
is

In particular his edition of the


spellings are

extremely inaccurate, the fine details of language

are not rendered, a great

number of readings and

and no
it.

less

than fifteen lines have been overlooked in

copying

He

chief Greek texts,

had not discovered the unequal value of the two and a considerable confusion has been caused

by

this

ignorance of a question of primary importance.

Thus the
friends,

valuable Havniensis has not been copied directly from the MS.,

but a collation was

made

of

it

by one of Buchon's Greek

on the

basis

of the edition of the

much

inferior ms. of Paris.

Furthermore, this collation was executed hurriedly and carelessly.

xxii

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the edition resulting from
it

Hence

is

practically worthless for

no more than a contamination of two The nature of these inaccuracies can easily be distinct mss. detected by a comparison between the edition of Buchon and the MS., of which the present edition strives to render all the An edition already referred to, which Mr Landois had details. prepared several years before, has not been published, but it is
philological purposes, being

preserved in manuscript in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, I have examined it, but not made use Suppl. Gr. 901 and 901 a.
of
it.

Mr

Landois had made an accurate copy of the Chronicle

from the Havniensis and had discovered its superiority to the This edition, which, if published, would have been a Parisinus. valuable addition to the Corpus of Byzantine historians, was

Buchon under circumstances which deprived Mr Landois of the fruit of many years' labour. On Buchon's edition of see my paper Zur Ueberlieferung der Chronik von Morea, which contains a detailed account of all its errors and, on p. 535,
anticipated by

refers to the edition

prepared by

Mr

Landois.

few examples

may show

the differences between Buchon's

and the MS. Ed. 1. 338 diroSiie rov I. 405 aTToSe'^aro, see Sex^fxai, Index p. 604.
edition
erepov^, MS. ft rov

MS.
/MC

a7ro8e^TOV, for

Tov Xaov rov kol


1.

Xaov tov k Irepovs


Ktti

(1.

406).

614

ovrcus kol

TO

liTTjKtoaaVf

MS. ovto)?

to Trkr}piSaau.

Some

of the errors

censured by Hatzidakis, Einleitung p. 270 sqq., are not found in the MS.; not the author, but the editor, is responsible for them. Thus Ed. 1. 684 /xr/Scv ykvovro irXkov^ MS. /xrjSkv y^vrj to ttA-ciov,
:

where ycVotTo results from a careless collation of P which has yVTai. Ed. 1. 758 61? koyov T cts ^pyov, MS. ts Aoyov tT ts opKov, where the absurd tpyov is borrowed from the
Parisinus.
III.

The present

edition.

The

present edition endeavours to furnish trustworthy texts

for the study of history as well as of the

Greek popular language

in the 13th

and 14th

centuries.

Special care has been devoted to

the Index Graecitatis, which contains abundant material for the

Lexicon totius Graecitatis of the future, as well as to the Indices


of the persons and places mentioned in the Chronicle.

The

geography of Morea in the Frankish period has been diligently studied and much of the information, obtained in the works of Hopf regarding the Frankish rulers, has been utilized. It has not been my object to correct all the historical errors contained

INTRODUCTION
in the Chronicle,

xxill

which would have necessitated a commentary of For rectifications of this kind the reader can consult the notes of Buchon, and the history of Hopf, which is in itself a continuous commentary and an indispensable guide It is with a view to facilitate through Franco-Grecian history. the use of Buchon's historical notes that the lines referring to his The chronological editions have been added in parentheses. tables annexed to the volume are calculated to give a rough outline of the history contained in the Chronicle and can serve to A complete Summary gives a view of the verify its accounts. historical events in their succession, of feudal customs etc., and
considerable length.
supplies, to a certain extent, a translation of the Chronicle into

English.

The main

object in publishing this lengthy Chronicle in two

was to further the study of medieval and modern last quarter of the past century, has been The popular language of Greece built up on a solid foundation. in the Middle Ages is closely connected with that of the present day, much closer than the language of Chaucer is with Modern Popular Greek has now a small literature of its own, English. which, if circumstances are favorable, will occupy the place of that written for centuries in the traditional language, and will be
distinct versions

Greek, which, since the

the only

and true literature of Greece. The question as to the supremacy of both forms of the language has of late become of The Chronicle, being one of the earliest and practical interest. most important productions of this new literature still in a state
of formation,

deserves
its

special

consideration
all

in
in

regard

to

the

character of

language, and
it

that

was
in

my power

has

been done to present


readable form.
It is true that

to

the

public

a trustworthy and

No

passage and no word has remained obscure.


radical,

many, and some

emendations were needed,

of which the critical apparatus gives evidence.


I

For some of them

am

obliged to Prof. Hatzidakis,


all

who

kindly gave

me

his advice.

But
I

my

emendations,

venture to say, are in accordance with

the general character of medieval Greek.

In

many

doubtful cases

have adopted a rather conservative standpoint, and respected the authority of the mss. to the utmost, cp. in the Index of Words,
laoTTvpa

ivLavTos,

and Other forms which are unusual, but

still

capable of being explained.

The

plan on which the publication of a text in the popular


is

language should be carried out

widely different from the method

followed in editing texts of the ancient language.

The

reasons

xxiv
are manifold

INTRODUCTION
and can
easily

cases

be deduced from the specification of applicable to popular Greek the editor may neglect texts can be expressed in a few words all that appeals to the eye, both in the text and in the critical
given
below.

The method

apparatus

but everything that appeals to the

ear,

sound, must be considered important (see note, p. 90). the lines, quoted in the description of the Bernensis, p.
representing
correct,
if

and implies Thus


xviii,

the

spelling
at

of the
this

mss.

B and

P,

are

perfectly

looked

in

are confounded with each other

by these
faultless.

misspellings,

is

only the I and O sounds ; and the phonetic result, obtained the same as if the spelling had been
light

We

can

furthermore

see

in

this

example

that,

if

orthographical variants of this nature were


paratus would

registered,

the apitself.

become more voluminous than the

text

My

views referring to the general principles to be followed in

popular texts are expressed in


to the present edition.

my

Phonetische

und graphische
is

Erscheinungen, which paper can serve as a kind of introduction

In the following, a specification

made

of

all

cases of which

no account has been taken


the mss., but
i

in the present

edition.
1.

Itacismus;

in

all
rj

more

rarely in

H, the

signs denoting
at

\^iy)

v vl 01

are continually misused.

Then

and , (0 and o are confounded. All errors of this kind have been tacitly corrected, and consequently the bulk of the apparatus
has dwindled
2.

down almost

to nothing.

Modern phonetics do not admit of


two tenues or two
is

the concurrence of

either

spirants,

and

if

such a combination

occurs, the result

always a spirant with a tenuis.

Thus the
^^)

series of ancient spirants


<^0 {vO),
<f>x

and of ancient tenues


x^
XT

(vx),

'*^'

''"'"

*'"^'

^X

^^
TTO-

~ =

are rendered by
<^T (ut),

^K

(vk),
cv^*?,
)

XT>

<t>T

O-T, a-K

if/).

Examples
tfiTOiVWy

<f>6av(i},

^x^po^ are phonetically expressed by

aaOanjSf

by X^^^^ ^^^ ffiTatd) iyvpevcra by iyvpeif/a. Thus eSexTTj is the true Neohellenic form, although it is sometimes rendered by the traditional iSex^rj and even by the abnormal
iVKT}^

XTp6<i

KTL^ili

and

TTTatO)

',

aaxVI^^'^

t)y

acTTevijs,

ao-Kry/xos

thiKT-q,

See P/ion.

which gives the same phonetic result x^ as well as kt = 0t. u. gr. Ersch. p. 24 sqq., where many abnormal spellings
;

of the Chronicle like ivxoXr)


3.

evKoXrj are explained.

The double

consonants, which have no phonetic, but

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only a graphic value, have always been restored
spelling required
it.

XXV
when
traditional

Foreign words have been rendered in their

proper forms and in conformity with their etymology. While many write cfiova-dro, fjnaevu), etc., I follow the orthography used
fossatum^ and
4.

by Gustav Meyer, Neugr. Studien, and write fjnacrevo), from Lat. missus.

<f>ov(T(raTo,

from Lat.

The

confusion in the mss. arising from the misuse of


circumflex,
tacitly
is

spiritus asper

registered,

and lenis, the acute, grave, and and misspellings of this kind are

not

corrected

according to the rules of

common

orthography.

But accents

have been taken into consideration, and the iota subscriptum, which is always wanting, has been suppHed; the asper and lenis over p have been constantly omitted, acFor the sake of unity, the system cording to modern spelling.

on wrong

syllables

of traditional accentuation, although


carried out in
all its details.

it

is

irrational,

has been

thus write ra^ctSi and not raeciSi,

which borrows its accent from Ta^etStov, and avOpw-nroL instead of dvOpwTTOL, which I considered as irregular from the point of view of ancient accentuation, although the circumflex, in such cases, is only a graphical sign which performs the functions of the acute. When a perispomenon followed by an enclitic takes an acute,
as in 7rat8e9
Ttv9, this

acute

is

not written as

it

could lead to a

vicious incidence of accent, and, as sounds are

more important
aov in
as

than mere graphical


ancient usage
instead of
yvo)(TL
is

details,
I

think that this infringement of


yvioa-r]

justified.
crov,

thus write

239,

-rqv yva>o-t(v)

which could be
read
ixvaT-rjptov

falsely
Tov,

accentuated
the

aov.

In

H
v,

8208

metre

requires,
5.

and not
final

fxva-rrjpLoy tov,

as the ms. reads.

which often has only a graphical value, has often been omitted when for metrical reasons the vowel preceding the V and that following it must coalesce to form a single syllable Sometimes the final v but special cases have always been noted. has been kept in spite of the metre; thus in 1. 14 orav IXurovpya K vi}/(i)Vv I could neither resolve to write ora nor yet to omit the augment, and so I leave the matter undetermined. The sign iw, which can denote an I-sound and v, as well as simply an I-sound, has been rendered in the apparatus whenever it occurs in the MS. This detail seemed important for the study
of final
6.
V.

The

No

hyphens to denote

synizesis as in Kvptov, v9eu)^

have

been used, as they would have been too cumbersome

in a literary

XXVI
text.

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In this case we must divide Kv-pi-ov and sometimes Kv-ptov, when required by the metre, and cv-^cws. It is true that in the modern language the accents on e and / before the stronger vowels

a o

oi>,

are transferred to the succeeding syllables

rcos (no?) for

(Jannaris 155), although in many dialects has v09, tov TratSiov. to. TraiSta, 6 ^ao-tAcas the older accentuation
vo?, iratSiov for TratS/ov

been preserved. in a way which

In the Chronicle words of this class are treated


is

neither ancient nor modern, but seems to


;

mark

a state of transition

thus for instance in the Havniensis the

word
read

^atrtXca? never
^Sa-o-t-Xca?,

shows a

shifting of accent

and

is

mostly

except

when

it

occurs at the end of a verse,

when

fta-ai-Xi-as, in four syllables,

must be read. The question as to when synizesis takes place and when not, had not yet been in 1. 5404, at the end of the verse, we are obliged to settled read Pto-/Ltat-oi, whereas two and five lines below, where this word occurs at the end of the first hemistich, the metre requires The authority I attribute to H did not Pw-fiatot and Po)-/xatW. had I written in these cases allow me to make any alteration Vat-fxaioL and Po)-/xat(ui/, that is, phonetically expressed, Rom-ji and
;

Rom-jdn,
eon

I fear that
is

should have modernized the

text.

No
and one

violence whatever
(

done

to the metre, for the syllable ei

= atot and
;

atwv) can perfectly well


Xeci

be read each as

syllable

and Xeo) ( = Xeya and Xc'yw) which can be I therefore keep monosyllabic without becoming Ijf and lj6. compare
it

the type Pw/xaios, which, according to the place


the metre,
is

two or of three syllables. The question regarding synizesis is not settled even in the present day; and this indecision seems to be principally due to ecclesiastical and Words like aina, ovaia and d/iapria have scholastic influence. preserved their accent, but it is undecided whether ta counts as one or as two syllables. The evidence, obtained from Solomos,
either of

occupies in

the greatest poet


fluctuation,

of

Modern Greece, confirms

this

state

of

even in the modern form of the language.

In his

Hymnos
2,

ikivOepia

and

iXivOepid are used indiscriminately, strophe

16,

21

82

(Tiradia 4.

and Kpavia

65, but AaXict, aTrfXTTicrta 6,

KupSta
(

19,

(TKka^ia.

Corresponding

to

the

type

Pw-yuatos

= Ro-meos), we

find a

number of

verses which confirm


:

that

such forms are even admissible in elaborate lyrical poetry irov iav -q XP^'" ''"^^ KOvpraXy, fil )8ta ixiTpdcL TTjv yyj^ i, not ySta ;
10,

not XP*'" not

^^^

^''^

^^V ^^

x^^P*''"**')

23

to

drjpio,

koL

aipvn

tv6v<i^ 24,

B-qpio.

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XXVll

In common words the spelling t(t for t^ in the mss. has 7. been preferred, according to modern usage; vT^ = Enghsh g^ which occurs in proper names, has not been changed, although it could have been rendered by t^.
8.

Proper names have been rendered in the forms of the

even some in P, which seem to be corrupt, have been retained ; they can be verified by the better forms given in H.
MSS.
;

9.
a<fiVTr]<;,

The

sigla

aW

has been rendered by the existing form

instead of av^eV-nys.

Such

stg/ae often refer to

an older

stage of the language, or to literary or foreign influences, cp. the

English

Messrs.

Messieurs, which

is

not used in the spoken

language.
10.

Kat

is
it

written

in

full,

before

consonants as well as
abbreviated
kl av,
els tov,

vowels,
it

when
when

has the value of an entire syllable; but when


it

coalesces with a following vowel


ttj/,

is

but
et?

Kat
TTji;

the two words form two syllables.


o-tou, o-ttjv,

For

the abbreviation
it.

has been tacitly substituted when

the metre required


11.

The

results

of

modern

linguistics

applied in the orthography of the texts;


Mope'a, Index, p. 637,

for

have always been an example see


spelled.

and not

Maypea, as

it

was formerly

The
tion.

cases mentioned under (2) require

some

further explana-

v^a)s etc.,
pLo-TO)

Allowance had to be made for words like to-;^va>, aTroKretVo), borrowed from the literary language, and e^x^?, eu^aetc. due to Church influence. For the former I could not reio-kvo), a7roxTciVo>, VTto9,

solve to write
to write
ev/cr/,

and

for the latter I hesitated

evKapia-TtZ in

conformity with Neohellenic phonetics.


parallel

The

Italian language,

which shows a

development to that
artificially

of medieval Greek, clearly suggests that words borrowed from the

Latin at a later period, or mo/s savants^ have not been

reduced to the standard of Italian phonetics, but have' been preserved in their original Latin forms with little or no change.

No

Italian

would

insist

on writing chiamore

for clamore, piacare

ioT placare.

The chances

of Neohellenic for obtaining a perfect

unity in phonetics are very small, owing to the continual influence

of ancient literary traditions.

being uniform in this respect and

The Italian language is far from we can even observe that the
'

numerous phonetical doublets add to the wealth of the language cp. replkare, directly borrowed from the Latin and = to answer/ and ripiegare, its popular form = to fold soldo, solido, (sa/do), soda, each of which has a different meaning, are derived from
*

'

xxviii
Lat. solidus.

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See Diez, Etymol. Worierbuch^ sub
soldo.
I

followed
;

the principle that a word cannot be arbitrarily recoined

that

which

is

the result of gradual development cannot be obtained

by artificial means, although a word used by the people can sometimes be adapted to their phonetics. Owing to the inadequacy of the Greek alphabet in expressing mediae b d g without a preceding nasal sound, I simply some cases the MS. which writes eTrpocmv, instead of ilxTrpoarev, for ebrosten 1. 3662, and cypa^w?, instead of iyypdcfuv^j In many places in Greece only the media, produced for egrdfos. from nasal and tenuis, is heard and the nasal sound has vanished Several afedis for a(f)VTr]<;, eboros for efnropo^, Frdgos for ^pdyKo^. suggestions have been made to render the mediae, and I was
the

followed in

advised to use parentheses,

a^i{v)Tiq<i

etc.,

but

hesitated to

which are only useful when Hmited Words of common use, such as to treatises on linguistics. -^fXTTopw, see Index p. 607, have been reproduced in their usual

employ

signs in a literary text,

form, although in

we

invariably find vTropw.

IV.

Relations between the Greek versions.


of

The Chronicle

Morea

is

extant, as

we have already

seen,

in eight copies written in four different languages.

Five of these

copies are written in popular Greek, one in French, one in Italian and one in Aragonese. In the present edition the Havniensis and the Parisinus 2898 are published m extenso^ and the different

readings of the Taurinensis are carefully noted.

reasons have induced


to each other.

me

to publish the

Several important two chief versions parallel

As

neither of the two versions contains a complete

account of the original Chronicle, the lacunae of

H are supplied

by P and

vice versa,

and

it

is

only by printing both mss. that the

can be clearly shown to the reader. The second reason was to show the divergences of the two principal
transrfiission of the text

versions

and exhibit the national and religious tendencies followed by P, whose scribe to some extent expresses the feelings of the Greek population in Morea. And finally, it seemed important

to note the differences in the* language of both versions, which

We can thus observe the gradual development of medieval Greek into forms of a more modern character, and can notice, in the readings of T, the existence of forms which are still nearer to the present
are at least one century apart from each other.
state of the

language than those of P.

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XXIX
;

it

The Havniensis deserves more credit than any other version may diverge in many points from the original Chronicle, which
lost,
it

has been
in which

but

it

gives a very accurate picture of the time

originated,

of

its

general culture,
all,
it

its

customs,

its

language, and, above

leaves

manners and no doubt as to


Its

the true spirit which pervaded the original work.

language

approaches that of the thirteenth century, in which the events the proper related in it occurred, and it deserves minute study
;

names

are rendered with great accuracy.

The

Parisinus 2898, of which

a part of the lacunae in


in

it is

we possess two copies, covers somewhat modernized in regard

to the forms of language.

H 376 oi(f)r}y7J0rjKav 6448 va. XaXova-w in P; 6 Kara et? H 3147 o KaOf. l<i in P, and many more instances of this kind. The relation of events, though as a rule not deviating much from H, is rather calculated to appeal to Greek readers, whose national feelings were wounded by the harsh remarks in H. Many passages in H, which are unsparing to the selflove, and we may fairly say to the self-respect of the Grecian race, have been omitted, or altered, or softened. Compare the lacunae on p. 53 and p. 261, where contains violent attacks upon the religion and character of the Greeks, and see my rt marks on In 1. 3995 the boastful exaggeration of H. p. 320 and p. 355. in 1. 5722 the injurious remark on the Domesticus are mitigated by P, and the reproach of perjury in H 7133 and 7157 is omitted.
Cp.
a<f>y)yrjaavTO

P; the new

infinitive a<j>-qyaaTai

Further omissions are: 4768, 4776 sqq., relating to the massacre


of the Greeks at Prinitza, 4839 to the

emblem

of royalty

cp. also

and especially 4851. In 501 1 the Greek army is reduced from 15000 men to only 1000, and in 5379 and 5391 the scribe of P invents a massacre of the Franks in 5400 and 5407 the sense of H is altered in a way more favorable to the
4843, 4847
sq.
;

Greeks.

The
Franks
;

writer of

P
1.

protests against being identified with the

speaking of the Frankish army,

says our army, while


iyivr],

has their army,

636; and

7219

Bkixpr) fxcydkrj

Ka).

kvirr) is

Tovs 4>payKoi;? suggests that the affliction caused by the

death of Geoffroy of Carytaina was confined to the Franks.


1.

In

8708 sqq. the question of peace between the emperor and the
is

prince

discussed at

full

length in H, while
'
:

P omits

this

passage

with the somewhat dry remark

but in this truce nothing has

been concluded, as you will hear presently.' of this kind could be gathered, but those
s.

Many more
I

instances
it

have given make


c

XXX
evident that

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P was
written by a Greek,

who

in

copying the MS.

followed the general account given in the Chronicle, but omitted

and

altered

such passages as seemed offensive to his and his


feelings.

countrymen's

The

Taurinensis, being of the family of

but with great caution, in cases


as a rule,
it

when

deserves very

little

H, may be consulted, needs emendation; but, consideration. This crude and

untrustworthy reproduction of the Chronicle has, however, been


carefully collated in order to

show the development of medieval


examples of phonetic
tov tov yKaOt^ei
1.

Greek
Cp.

in a later period

and

to give

spelling,

ttTTO

TO

X^P'-

""^^^

yKparel, aLfxd

similar instances in
alterations occur

my

P^on.

u.

gr. Ersch. p. 30.

5788 and Omissions and

more frequently than

in P, as well as additions

showing a tendency to discredit the Franks, as in 3723% where the prince and the despot are afraid of the schemes of the sevastocrator 'that we may put ourselves into 1. 3983 contains a malicious pun: prison,' where has: 'that we (the Franks) may defend our lives.' The exaggerations of H are altered 1. 3772 or omitted

1.

in

3729, while the scribe himself foolishly heightens the statement regarding the strength of Charles' army: 11. 6541, 6627,

6890; and of the Greek army:

Compare

the alterations of
1.

1.

remark, and

4676 where

11. 3599, 3703, 3706, 4553. 3831, on account of an injurious does not agree with H, who says that

the Scortini were wrong in taking the side of the Emperor.

The
monly
original

question whether the Greek or the French version, com-

Conqueste^ is to be considered the form of the Chronicle of Morea, is one of primary importance. The authority which we concede to the Greek version, especially in the form of H, would be shaken considerably, if by

called the Livre de la

some new discovery we ascertained


the

that

it is

only a translation of
version,

French.

Fortunately for

the

Greek

no

French
is

Chronicle has been transmitted to posterity, which could challenge


the credit to which
it is

entitled, for the

Livre de la Conqueste

more complete work. Thus another question arises did this more complete work exist in French or in Greek ? It may have been written in French, but as a more detailed
only a synopsis of a
:

French Chronicle has not been transmitted, it was either lost it never existed, and we can prove neither the one nor the other. The Livre de la Conqueste is an abridged version of a fuller Chronicle, which, as is expressly stated, was in the hands of Bartholomew Ghisis before the year 1332, and the declaration of the scribe, that 'he will relate his history, not as he found it
or

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written, but in
its

XXXI

shortest form,' can only imply, that he either

abridged a French Chronicle, or translated, with the omission of

many

details,
is

a Greek Chronicle.

The

fact is that the

Greek

Chronicle

in every respect

and

in all

its

narrations fuller than


it

the Livre de la

Conqueste,
is

which

although

contains a few

supplementary remarks,
extract of the

in

continues to the year 1304

a better state of preservation, and can easily be explained as a mere


scribe expressly mentions
it

Greek version

and the
i.

as an abridgement, see L., p.

The

opinions on this interesting question have varied.

Buchon
original,

stoutly maintained that the Livre de la Conqueste

was the

and Hopf, Encycl. i, p. 202, shares this opinion, observing that French was the language in general use at that time in Morea. But in his Chroniques greco-ro?nanes, p. xlii, he promises to examine this question carefully in some dissertation, which, however, did not appear. In my dissertation, Die Chronik von Morea,
this subject
is

discussed at length pp. 41

75, with the conclusion

that the Liv7-e de la Conqueste cannot be the original

form of the

Chronicle.

Thus

the question as to the priority of the different


are there any positive indications which
all

versions can only be:

point to a presumptive French Chronicle, from which

the others,

the Livre de la Conqueste included, could have been derived?

Valuable evidence

in favour of

an original Greek Chronicle

has been given by the Marquis Terrier de Loray in his above-

mentioned paper, pp. 217 221. His arguments on this point have much weight; his researches, however, were limited solely
to the material

which

is

at

our disposal, and the possibility that

L and perhaps even H, could have existed, is not discussed. Still many of his arguments, combined with those urged in my dissertation, help
a lost French Chronicle, more complete than

towards the solution of this difficult problem. It can easily be observed that in both versions the proper names are generally given correctly in the forms of the language in which they occur

Greek names are properly rendered in the Greek version, and French names in the French version. Furthermore, as can be seen from the Index of French proper names, these names are not
badly mutilated, as has been supposed by Buchon and others, but they are adapted to the phonetic laws of Neohellenic, while, on the other hand, the Greek names in the P>ench
version are presented in a shape corresponding to the nature of the French language, cp. La Chacoignie = To-aKoovia, La Glisiere=
Vlisiri,

etc.

We

can thus expect to find

1 all the

Greek and
c 2

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all

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the French names correctly written in their respective texts,


2 the

and
less

names

foreign to those texts rendered with

more or

phonetic exactness.

In the Greek version, especially in H,

not only are the Greek proper names accurately rendered, but

even the French names can always be explained phonetically. This is also the case in the French Chronicle, but there are
exceptions; they are valuable for our purpose as they show that
the writer of the French version was not familiar with

some of the

French names and that he could not reconstruct their French forms, having found them, not in a French, but in a Greek Thus a number of French version, of which he made a copy. proper names contained in L can only be explained, if we admit that they have passed through a Greek medium, which, in this Of case, could only have been a Greek version of the Chronicle. such names M. Terrier de Loray quotes several good examples 7refno/ay, in L p. 364 is unusual for the French Tremot//e and Anoee, in reflects the Greek Tpc/xovXa or -a?, with a Greek suffix. L p. 338, 351, 358, Anoe p. 287, is equally unusual for French Aunoy, and is a reflex of 'Avoe where French an, as in other instances, is rendered by a, and oe can be explained as a posterior William I is diphthong for oi, see pot and po'e. Index p. 617. commonly called le Champenois in L, and his true name, William of Champlitte, is not mentioned there; but p. 31 he is called Guillerme de Salu and p. 33 de Saluce, a form which would be inexplicable, if the Greek version did not suggest a similar form by giving 2aA.ov^e, see Index p. 627. And how can we suppose a French writer to change the name Ivry into Vry^ if he had not found the corresponding V>p-q in the Greek MS. which he copied ? see Index p. 624. All these forms point to the existence of a Greek medium through which the text transmitted by L had passed, and thus the hypothesis of a full and complete form of the Chronicle in French is unfounded. Besides these arguments based on linguistics, which to me seem conclusive, there are others of a historical and literary nature contained in the critical notes of M. Terrier de Loray, which deserve attentive consideration. The transmission of the Chronicle in five Greek mss., one Italian, one Aragonese and one French version, which latter is handed down in somewhat unusual circumstances (see Buchon, p. xi), may be regarded as another plea in favour of the Greek Chronicle. There are also a few general considerations which corroborate this argument. Had the Greeks any reason to translate into their language a work expressing fierce hatred against their race ?

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But such a work already existing in Greek and written by a Grecised Frank does not seem a very surprising phenomenon.
in the thirteenth century addressed by Sire^ as in Joinville. Monseigneur le rot is used in the French Chronicle, pp. 228 and 230, and this appellation also seems to be founded on common custom. But when in the same Chronicle we read Monseignor le saint empereor and
their kings simply
:

Furthermore:

the French

je prie vostre saincte corone^


this

143,

we

are

somewhat astonished

at

submissive address, which hardly corresponds to the feudal

habits of the time.

Even

in a

passage referring to the king of


it

France and the Megaskyr of Athens,


e

is

said of the former

puis que a sa corone

plaisoit,

116.

In the Greek language of


It

the time such periphrastical

titles

given to the king were quite


is

common, they were even


text

prescribed by court-ceremony.

evident that such appellations could only creep into a French

by means of a Greek medium, and here again the Greek


title;

version offers the original form of the

cp.

AefTTTOTa, ayi ^acriXea, Sco/xat to KpdTo<; arov,


V)(apL(rTOi

and

L L

143
1

16

H 4256 H 3455

TO (TTefXfia

(rov.

V.

Versification.
is

The

verse,

in

which the Chronicle

written,

is

commonly

and is composed of 15 syllables, divided into two hemistichs of 8 and 7 each, the first of which can be accentuated on the sixth as well as on the eighth, while the second hemistich must have the tone on the penultima. In regard to other accents no definite rule is observed, and the first as well as the second and even the third syllable of the verse is capable of accentuation. Still the verse has what we can call an iambic structure. It was the Greek national verse in the Middle Ages and continues to be so in the present day; and though its
called the political verse, ttoXltlko? aTtxos,
origin
far as
is

obscure, the

first

specimen of

it

can be traced back as

the beginning of the seventh century, cp. Krumbacher, Byz.


If

Litt. p. 651.

we

represent a syllable by the sign ~, the model

of the verse will be

:::}
This verse
syllables
:

is

known

in

English

metre as a verse of 14

John Gilpin was a

citizen

||

of credit and renown.


it

In the few examples we have of

in French,

it

is

the eighth

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syllable

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in the

which bears the accent, as may be observed examples given by Tobler', Vomfrz. Versbau, p. 104
:

En

Jesu

crei,

Jesu reclaim,
;

||

Jesus m'haid e sucure

from Anglo-Norman poets it thus seemS that the number of 14 syllables is due to the extinction of the silent e in the last syllable. In Italian the tone is invariably set on the sixth syllable

Rosa
the oldest
are often are

fresca aulentissima

||

ch' appari inver

1'

estate,

in the Conirasto of Cielo

Dalcamo

of the twelfth century, one of

poems

in the Italian language.

In the Chronicle the political verses are generally correct and

But many of the lines scribe sometimes paid no attention to the metrical form of the text and supplied words which he deemed necessary to the sense. These cases represent a sort of solution of the metre into prose, which can easily happen when the verses do not begin with a new line.

marked by a

graceful cadence.

unmetrical for various reasons.

I.

The

airai/o) is superfluous, the idea being already ex1. 545 by aTTcVw; the same thing occurs in 1. 4122, and in is an I. 3510 oTTto-co must be cancelled; perhaps ftcyai' in 1. 8500 addition of this kind; in 1. 8866 IroTf. can easily be excised and In in 1. 7075 the metrical character is effaced. 3833 <f>vyLov can be eliminated, but I have left it. In such cases the words which destroyed the metre have been enclosed in brackets [ ]. The writer, who timidly clings to traditional spelling, someII. times avoids the truly popular form, which perhaps he considered

Thus

in

pressed

1.

too vulgar.
is

In Greek, more than in other languages, orthography

and it was only through linguistic more rational mode of spelling popular words could be determined. Yet, when the author is not bound
extremely conservative,
science that in our days a

by school-tradition, he renders the sounds perceived by the ear


with great accuracy (see the transcriptions of French names in
the Index);
novations.

but in

common
cases
set
it

spelling
cjcctvo?

In

many
would
1.

deranges the
thus in
1.

he carefully avoids inmetre while

KLvos or Kcivds
KfLvffSf
1.

right;

443

kcivcSi/,
11.

1.

447

452
in

KiLvov,

KctVovs

etc.

could
1.

666 Kilvov, have restored


at for ayiov,

I.

672

Kelvo<;,

4845, 8856
in
1.

the
in
1.

verse,

and

/SpeO-qaav,

twice in

5756 9015, in I. 8175


radical.

6974

T9 for Tov?

4658 and so
kind

^^^ for ovSev; but

changes of

this

judge from the metre, even syncopated forms such as those which are usual in northern Greek dialects occurred in the time of the Chronicle, and a number of hyper-

seemed too

To

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metrical verses
i7rpo<TKoiOqKV

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if

may be reduced
5485,
VOL

to their proper limits

we read

Kkr)fiVOixrjcrYi

5933,

tov

yvaiKaS eX(f>ov

r^v yvvrjv ^XoyrjOrj eh yvvoLKav 8029, <l>'AoKaXo9 8332, ^^XavOpwTTivos

8710/63, and perhaps tov /xVpoTroAtTcav 7866.

Emendations
;

of this nature
theless
III.
it

could not easily be

made

in a

medieval text

never-

is

probable that syncopes of this kind existed then.


carelessness of the scribe, rather than of the author,

Through
lines

some

have been inverted. In these cases, as indicated in the apparatus, the metre has always been restored: cp. 1. 3762, In 7309 the proper name had to be given in its usual form 8092.

and TOV
metre

/xeya
is

had

to be inserted for the

often deranged by proper

more regular form. IV. The names of unusual form or

length; cp. o-c^ao-TOKparopa? 4060, 4202; Ko)i/o-TavTtFoVoA.tv 4197,

where perhaps oXopOa could be eliminated; K.6piv6o^ 4653/84, which clearly points to Kopdo] p^iarip 6708/30 could be emended by o-tp, but fxtcrXp NtKoXa VT SatvT 'O/xcp 6303 cannot easily be reduced to the metre. In many cases P restores the verses of with success, but sometimes his corrections are made at the expense of grammar as in 1. 8822, and in 1. 323 the name Movc^apar is mutilated. Even T in one instance succeeds in correcting the verses of and P cp. 1. 470. There are many first hemistichs of only 7 syllables which

can be explained by the absence of an arsis; they could easily be emended by the addition of koI or yap, but they have been left unaltered as perhaps they are a poetical licence; such lines are:

Sometimes the expletives already 3772, 3817, 7822/28, 8603. contained in the verse do not allow an emendation by additions.
In the edition of Buchon
of care in

many

metrical faults are due to want


k-n-eihrj

copying the ms.;


cttci,

thus often

is
(11.

read,

where
in

the MS. has

cp.

CTretSr;

iXoyida-Or], ka-KOirqaev

339

340

the present edition).

Most of the metrical mistakes have undoubtedly been caused through careless transcription by the scribes, but some of them,
which prove to be unamendable, are due to the author himself, cp. 2535 and especially 7980. To determine what belongs to the scribe and what to the author seemed a hopeless task, and the unpretending character of our text does not facilitate such an inquiry. The present edition contains quite a number of defective verses which could have been restored without much difficulty, if it had been my intention to carry out the principle of metrical consistency. But the language seemed to me more important than the metre, and in emending the text I could not

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resolve to adopt doubtful forms or such as, belonging to a later period, would, perhaps, have altered the character of the language;

was not my intention to reconstruct and modernise a text of such a peculiar kind. The authority of the mss. had to be respected, and I hesitated to enter into competition with a Greek
it

Chronicler

who

certainly did not intend to create a

work of

art.

VI.

Chronology.

Had

the end of the Chronicle been preserved,

we should

perhaps have obtained some information concerning the person of the author, as well as the time in which it was composed.
Unfortunately the Greek versions are
in
all

incomplete and break off

the relation of events of the year


till

Chronicle continues

annexed
1333-

to
It

it,

1292, while the French 1304 and, in a chronological table even mentions events which occurred as late as

was therefore composed after this year and, as is generally admitted, between 1333 and 1346, see Buchon p. xxi, and Hopf, EncycL i, p. 202. Hopf, who remarked that the Greek Chronicle could have been written in the last quarter of the
fourteenth century, supposed, for this and other reasons, that the

French Chronicle was the original; however, at a later date he admitted that this supposition was in need of new arguments
to sustain
it.

The
was
in
date.
its

original Chronicle, of

which

H gives a

very distinct idea,

in all probability

present form
I

it

composed shortly after the year 1300, but contains some details which point to a later
to

here refer to additions of a chronological nature, as they

occur in

H, and not

the alterations with a national and

religious tendency, as in

P and

T, see p. xxix.

are easily explained by the successive editions, as


say, or copies

These additions we should now


first

made

of the Chronicle in the course of years; they

are supplements referring to events which occurred after the


edition (as for instance the

demolition of the castle of SaintII,

Omer, see Index


passages
genealogical

p.

624 sub Gautier


to the

and perhaps even


III.

all

the

referring

Catalans), or they are completions of


p.

notes,

see

Index

624 sub Erard

Such

additions are not to be considered interpolations in a bad sense, with a view to altering the meaning of the text; they were certainly made with the good intention of continuing the original

account and supplying the reader with the knowledge of subsequent events. We must remember that the new editions or copies

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do not

XXXvii
is

follow each other in the course of a few years, as

the

case in the present day, but at long intervals of time, covering in

some
this
first

cases a space of centuries.

Thus we can say

in regard to

mode

of transmission of medieval popular

texts,

that

the

which has been lost, was issued shortly after the year 1300, another one before 1388, and a third after that year, but we have no knowledge of those which existed And in the intervening periods, nor in those which followed. as the writer of a popular text in the Middle Ages was, in one
edition of the Chronicle,

person, the editor, the publisher, the reviser,

and the

copyist,

performing the work of our printers, it is quite natural that he should have made such additions as were necessary to ensure the
success of his
certain

new

copy.

The

versions of this kind are in a

way new editions of an original work, not however republished by the author himself, but by some other person more or less competent, and at an indefinite time after the appearance of the editio princeps; and it was in the power of every person who performed the task of copying a ms. to add some new details to his new edition. The writer as I say
to

use a neutral

term

of H
is

accurate copy of his ms. and to

seems to have given a pretty have made only additions and

probably no alterations, as

the case in

A man
history,

of Hterary education,

P and T. whose profession

it

is

to write

can choose any period he likes, but a chronicler of limited intellectual powers can only relate what he had witnessed himself, or what he had heard from others. Had the author of
our Chronicle lived after 1375, as

Hopf seems

to suppose,

he

could not have related events which occurred between 1204 and 1300 for the simple reason that the witnesses on whom he had
to rely could not

have been
221,

alive
is

at

that time.
his

think that

M.
1.

Terrier de Loray, p.

right in

interpretation

of

1354 sq., which does not so much refer to the accounts of the old conquerors themselves as to those of the old men who came jxeTa KLViov, with them^ which in medieval Greek can also be interpreted after them^ and P even reads /xer Ik^ivov^. This seems to imply that the accounts were furnished to the author by the old people in Morea, who were the descendants of the first conquerors. Two generations can bring us very near to the year 1300. This passage also explains why the reign of William II and the following time are treated with much more detail than the preceding reigns of the two Geoffroys and William I,

and why

in this portion the fictitious elements subside.

The book

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at the

which a scribe
itself in

consulted, could, in

all

end of the fourteenth century could have probability, have been only the Chronicle
'

one of

its

earlier

editions,' as

it

is

the only record

we
are

possess of the history of Morea.


therefore of
little

The
its

later insertions in

moment

they can easily be eliminated without


substance, reaches as far

prejudice to the Chronicle, which, in


as the year 1292

and very probably contained all the missing information supplied by the Livre de la Conqueste in an un-

interrupted sequence as far as the year 1304.

We

can therefore
its

say that in

all

probability the Chronicle of Morea, in

original

form, was composed, in round numbers, about the year 1300.


its

In

present form, transmitted by the Havniensis,

it

represents a

version anterior to the year 1388, the year of the death of Erard

who seems to be mentioned in it as still living; while P, which ends with a necrologue on Erard III, is of a posterior date. So much for the versions as for the mss. in which they are contained, they are of a still more recent date, see p. xv sqq.
III,
;

Several passages in

of the original Chronicle has remained unaltered.

read that
alive

main substance In 1. 5738 we the children of the Turks, who were baptized and

H seem to indicate that the

married to Christian

women

of the principality in 1265, were


;

still

when

the Chronicle was written

this

could easily have been

the case in the years after 1300.

Nicholas II de Saint-Omer,
ypo9, the old

who

In lines 7421, 8071, 81 10, 8616 died 1296, is familiarly called


to his son Nicholas
/xaicapio?,

man, probably with reference

III,

who

died 13 14.

Appellations of this kind, as well as

4783, and even to Prince William II, 1. 8595, denote that the memory of those persons still survived and that they had not died very many
'of blessed memofy,' applied to

John de Catavas,

1.

years before.
1.

Even

Isabella,

who died

131

1,

is

called

/ota/capia,

8477, but this can possibly be a later addition. sions could hardly have been used a century later.

Such expres-

VII.

The author and

his

work.

concerning the author of the Chronicle, prominent in any part of the work. He need not necessarily have been a Gasmule^ since any Frank, born in

We have no information
is

nor

his personality

The etymology given by Therianos

(see

Krumbacher's Byz.

Litt. p.

838)

word from gas {=garfon) and niuliis. But in French the stem is gars. A new explanation is suggested by the interchange of the two sonorous spirants j8 and 7, which is not unusual in the common language. We
explains this

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XXXIX

Greece, or living there from an early age, could easily acquire the
use of spoken Greek or Romaic, especially
if

his life

was spent

in

or about the precincts of one of the castles in which

Morea

at that

The Franks did not form a compact mass in a was through the very nature of their feudal institutions that they came into daily contact with the Greek element, to This which, in the course of time, they became assimilated. process of assimilation was undoubtedly in full development a century after the conquest, when the Chronicle was written. William II, who was born in Calamata, confers in Greek with
time abounded.
town, and
it

the emperor.

The

Greeks, out of pride or obstinacy, did not

it in their national interest to do so. It was thus quite natural that plain and common Romaic', not the artificial language of books, was the language in which both Franks and Greeks conversed with each other, and it is in this colloquial form of speech that the Chronicle was written. The

learn French, nor was

have two forms: ^aa/ioOXoi and yaa-fioOXos, both of which occur in the Byzantine historians. Probably the first constituent element of this composition

was not

ya<T-,

but
'

/Sao--,

the

same which
is

is

contained in
since

'

dasta.rd.'

In

Low

Lat. Sastardtis = iWegitimsite child'

common

the

eleventh

century.
sense.

In Old French ^/s de

bast, Jils or frere


:

de bas are used in the

same

Originally this expression denoted

'a child begotten

on a

saddle,' see

bastardo in Diez, Etymol.

Worterhuch.

Perhaps the reference to a saddle

includes an allusion to the haste with which an elopement was accompanied.

We

strong invective,
PafffwvXos, a

can further imagine that when Jils de bas was not thought a sufficiently it could be reinforced by mule de bas, and this could produce

compound

of

synonyms such as
:

is

not unusual in popular Greek,

the motive being to add greater force to the expression.


fiovXos is easily explained

The second element


an ass and a

the

name given

to the offspring of

horse was, in the


at the
fiov\os

new

world, transferred to the half-breeds of the white and

coloured races; thence mulalo in Spanish and muldtre in French, terms which

= t'6dos

same time express the contempt felt for this hybrid race. In Greece is quite common, and derivations, which I heard in Corfu, are
it,

formed from

as for instance: avrb to 7rat5i elvai /j,o6\iko

ij

fji,ov\apia

= the

children of a foundling hospital.


fiovXos, fiovXapdrcros
^

Terms

of invective are: 7raXat6/AouXos, aKard-

and

fioOXapdos.

The term /Romaic has sometimes been used collaterally with Neohellenic, which is now preferred by the Greeks. Romaic is a short and convenient
word, which in
Ages, or of the
this case,

Roman

denotes the popular Greek languai^e of the Middle empire of the East. This word has been used both

because the Chronicle and similar compositions


it

know no other, and because conveys an exact idea to the English reader. Neohellenic is a parallel to Neolatin, but does not directly refer to medieval Greek. Romaic and Neohellenic can be used together thus French and Italian are Romance as well as Neolatin languages. Koraes, who uses rpaiKopcjfiaiKdi, clearly ex;

presses the idea of a

Roman

state with

Greek

culture.

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Gasmules, being the illegitimate offspring of French fathers and Greek mothers, were undoubtedly rejected by the conquering
race
;

they were in the

same precarious

position as the half-breeds

of our days, who, in


inferior.

We
glory,

belong to the race deemed to be the can hardly imagine a Gasmule as an advocate of
reality,

French

whereas we positively know and are informed by


ships of the

the Byzantine authors that the Gasmules sided with the Greeks

many

of

them served on the


i.

Greek emperor, see

Buchon, Recherches

p. xvii n.

Whoever the author may have been, he was a strong Catholic and a thorough Frenchman in his national feeling. In few books
perhaps has the
spirit

of racial animosity risen to such a pitch as

not a person of authority or he had played a leading part in the events, he would either have been silent, or he would have been able to procure more trustworthy information. He is always impressed

in our Chronicle.

The author was

high position, for

if

by the form in which a thing is done by the noble lords, of whom he speaks in a submissive tone, which may be an imitation of the tales of romance, but at all events denotes his inferiority. Although his style is fluent and remarkably clear, it rarely rises above
the level of
true poet.

common

prose

he

is

not, as has

been supposed, a

He
fancy
;

always speaks to the point and never indulges in images of

only once a reminiscence of a fantastical nature, borrowed from popular Greek poetry, occurs in the Chronicle; it is the
in his

passage in

relating to weeping birds. 1. 7222 The exaggeration accounts comes from the same source. There is always an

honest sobriety in his delineation of character, and we are easily

persuaded that his dramatis personae, who are introduced as speaking in the first person, could actually have used the very words which he ascribes to them. He was a good observer of
everything within his reach, but, as it seems, his social standing did not permit him a near view of some of the more important
transactions.

He

describes minutely the feudal customs which


to the soil of Greece,

had been transplanted


his chief merit;

the deliberations of the

and this perhaps is High Court are given


familiar with
1.

with

the

greatest

accuracy and he
his

is

quite

the

practice of feudal law;

knowledge of

treatises (cf

2387),
is

agreements, successions, claims to feudal tenure and the like


sufficiently

On

demonstrated by the copiousness of his legal terms. the other hand he also relates the events of war, but, as it

seems, with less interest.

Sometimes he evades the description

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of military operations by a remark of this nature
:

xli
'

what

is

the

use of going into these tedious details?'


2923, 7031 sqq.
deliberations
is

see lines 845,


his accounts

1092,

Yet he never shortens


legal questions,

of court

and

and

his relation of

often of disproportionate length.

such matters Thus observing his predi-

lection for feudal law

and its practice, we may suppose him to have been a notary, or a clerk in the medieval sense of the term.

He

often takes delight in relating the story of


it

some cunning

or deceitful artifice, describing

with a certain satisfaction and

is evident from the respectful tone in which he speaks of those who were the authors of it. Thus he relates how Geoffroy I defrauded Robert of the succession to which he was entitled, but not without a remark of censure, 21 12, which probably escaped his notice; how Geoffroy II 1. married the emperor Robert's daughter against her father's will how William II agreed with the despot to take to flight and abandon the army to its fate, and how Margaret of Passava was excluded by the same from her inheritance through an unscrupulous

even with approval, as

interpretation of the feudal code.

He

recounts at great length

how
fief

Geoffroy, the

nephew of the

lord of Carytaina, obtained a

through an

artifice, well

nigh approaching high treason, and

in this episode he displays a considerable talent for simple

graceful narration.

and But sometimes, when the subject requires it, he changes his style and rises to the height of true poetry; instances of such poetical inspiration are the warmly felt lines
3856
1.

sqq.,

referring to Geoffroy of Carytaina,

who

interferes in

favour of his liegemen, and the speech of John of Catavas, from

4747

sqq.,

which

is full

of patriotic

fire.

The object of our author in much to furnish exact historical


generations,

writing the Chronicle was not so

details as to keep alive, in later which animated their ancestors. This purpose he clearly declares If you have a desire to know the deeds of brave warriors, then listen to my words which, I hope, will help you on... If you are clever, I hope you will succeed; many have derived much benefit from the accounts given by the

the

spirit

'

old

men who came

with (or after) the

first

conquerors,'

1.

1349 sqq.

It is

the warlike spirit of the reign of William II which the author


it

wishes to impart to the youth of his time, and


his fault if the Franks, in the course of years,

was certainly not

degenerated under
always claim the

the fascinating power of the Orient or yielded to the adversity of


fortune.

The

spirit of
is

the Frankish chiefs,

who

right of conquest,

most

truly expressed in the

remarkable speech

xlii

INTRODUCTION
Morea he considers
as
be-

of William II before the emperor;

longing to him and his companions-in-arms on the ground that


it

was won by the sword

The
Greek

(1. 4256 sqq., and in particular 4277/89). exceptional character of a work written by a Frank in

the vernacular language of Greece must be judged in relation to


literature,

as

well

as

in

relation

to

the

contemporary
this

Europe in the thirteenth product of unassuming and ingenuous works of Grecian art and deplore the would be equivalent to condemning it
literature of

century.

To compare

narration with the elaborate

decline of Hellenic genius

without sufficient evidence.

The Chronicle has

not even a place in the long series of Greek


Phrantzes,

historiography which, without interruption, continued from Hero-

dotos to Laonicos Chalcondylos and


the fifteenth century, nor can
chronicles.
Its
is
it

who

lived

in

find

its

place

among

the Byzantine
in

general

character, as well as the language

which

it

written,

forbids

such a

classification;

Uke

the

it denotes something new in Greek historiography. Nay, more it seems to show that the Greek race had gone through a course of In the life of a nation the symptoms of decay are renovation.
:

Chronicles of Cyprus, which had a similar origin,

closely connected with those of revival.

The

parallel existence

new forms in language and literature, of which Greece in the Middle Ages and to some extent in the present day offers the most striking instance, may be compared to an orange-tree in spring, where ripe or rather over-ripe fruit, buds, and blossoms grow on the same branch. These buds and blossoms are destined to develop and ripen, if nature and circumstances are favorable,
of old and
while the decaying
vitality.
fruit, if

not harvested,

will

only absorb their

Such buds and blossoms show that the old tree they grow on is still full of life and afford hopes of an abundant harvest
in the future.

The

use of the popular language, which had

first

appeared in

literature in the

days of John and Manuel Comnenus, and had been limited to folk-lore, now entered on a new stage ; it ventured to relate history. It is true that the history told by the Chronicle
is

an offspring of romance, but it was certainly an unexpected it showed that, although Byzantine historiography was and still cultivated, men felt the necessity of using the plain common language which was intelligible to the Franks as well
novelty, as

as to the Greeks.

The narrow circle to which Romaic letters had been confined, had been enlarged, history had become popular. Looked at in this light, our Chronicle is closely con-

INTRODUCTION
and
de

xliii

nected with the literature of the West, especially that of France,


it

geste^

can favourably compete with many of the old chansons in which history, legend and poetical imagination are
It
is

closely united.

Greek only in language, but thoroughly form and in its spirit. The language of the thirteenth century was still in a state of fluctuation ; no real poet had yet appeared to consolidate it and form it into a literary shape. It is a curious coincidence that our chronicler was a contemporary of Dante yet what a difference between Italy and Greece at that time the strength of the one
French
in
its

literary

country was increasing as


literature,

fast as that of the

other was declining.

In their knowledge of antiquity, and especially that of ancient


the Greeks were
still

the masters, but


It

scholasticism

had not the power


literary era, with

to create.

was only by beginning a new

new form

of language, that a competition with

the nascent intellectual growth of the

West was

possible.

But

the irresistible force of ancient tradition was unwilling to

make
is

any concessions

to the manifestations of

new

life

and

it

not

accidental that a history was written in the popular language, far

from the sphere of influence emanating from the capital, in a province detached from the empire and governed by foreign Nothing had as yet been done by the educated classes rulers. in the Grecian Empire to raise the living language to a higher
level,

and

it

is

principally for
;

this

reason
is

that

it

was

in

so

fluctuating a state

in the Chronicle there

a continual wavering

between forms transmitted by


the

literary tradition

and those used

in

common
SL

language and handed


this

down by
state

oral tradition.

few

examples may explain


TTLavo),

unsettled

of language.

Thus

neologism,
it

irrUa-a,

from which

sometimes forms the aorist eViao-a, like is derived, and i/xlava, if the rules of ancient
;

grammar
preferred,

are observed

but the forms in

common

use are mostly


eTridaa.
it

and they again wavered between einaaa and This embarrassing abundance of forms is not arbitrary;

is

feature

common

to all languages so long as they are not yet fixed


It

by

literary

usage.

can certainly not be explained by the

hesitation of the author,

who being

a foreigner, had not acquired

a sufficient knowledge of the language in which he wrote.

Many
;

forms are peculiar to the time in which the Chronicle originated and diverge alike from the ancient and modern forms some

words of
refers

be found in the Index. This remark to the vocabulary, as well as to grammatical forms and
this
will

kind

5hiftings in the

meaning of words.

xliv

INTRODUCTION
of the Chronicle cannot be said to be exclusively

The language
popular
;

some words belong to the official language of the Greek Empire, and others are borrowed from ancient Greece. Such

loans are quite frequent in the

Romance
But

languages, but there they

may

not appear as a strange element inasmuch as no question


in Greece,
is

as to their declension can arise.

where popular
is

speech retains a declension of

its

own, which

not very different


theoretically

from that of
dead,
still

Attic, the

third declension,

which

causes a good deal of confusion in the medieval texts.

The

truly popular

word
;

for town, city, is x'^f'")

which corresponds
x^P^'^
"^vi^)

to the Italian terra

its

flexion

is

normal
its

rr^^

while in Neolatin terra has lost

declension.

But

ttoAi?,

X^P^-i^^ the

more literary word of the third declension, cannot be evaded, and when used, it can form its genitive rrjs ttoAcws. In a more

modem state
?7

of the language
like
tJ

it

passes over to the


rrj<s

first

declension.:
is

ttoXt], ttj's ttoAt;?,

yvfj^/xj},

yvw/xiys

the Consequence

that in the Chronicle the living medieval form

by secular tradition, form had not yet won literary appreciation, its and to complete the confusion, a rival position was precarious iroXr}, rrj^ iroXiov, formed after tov t] arose in the third form koyov, Trj<; 6801) of the second declension cp. also t6 7rpa/x,a, tov Trpa/xdrov. There is nothing particularly barbarous in such forms, nor can they be attributed to the ignorance of the scribe or the author, as I was once inclined to believe, but they find their
sustained
as the
living
;
:

and the dead form, compete with each other. But

explanation in the unsettled state of the medieval language.

The author was

certainly not a

man

of culture and
;

it is

doubtful

whether he was able to read literary Greek he did not consult the Byzantine historians, nor could they have been of any avail for his purpose. But the mere fact that he could read and write sufficiently explains his using terms and forms of the ancient
language.
It

was from ancient grammar that young Greeks

learned the elements of their


still

continues.

ancient

own language, and this practice The author makes a more abundant use of words than of ancient forms, while other Romaic writers

rather show a contrary tendency and inflect modern words according to the rules of Attic; thus our author uses the modern
flexion
dnoKTeLvaa-L,

laxvaaai, in words

which are not

likely to
interest,
is

have been popular.

This procedure has some practical

as the assimilation of borrowed elements or fnots savants

a step

towards the unity of Neohellenic grammar.

Like

most compositions

in

popular Greek,

the

Chronicle

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presents very
little

xlv
the principal sentences
kol

refinement in syntax

are loosely connected with each other

by the conjunction

and

subordinate clauses are rarely used


It is

parataxis prevails throughout.

indicated

left to the reader to find the subject, which is not by grammatical means and must nearly always be For example ro Swcrat kol o-wct 1. 4298 supplied by the sense. = as much as Ae (the debtor) can give and /V suffices (to pay the

always

debt)';

1.

2184: 'that

>^^

(Robert)

may

place confidence in
1.
^

him

and

2540: /le (Geoffroy) thwarted his designs and ^e (the emperor) was deceived \' Some sentences of considerable length like 11. 6781 6793 express the meaning very clearly with the most primitive grammatical means.
/le

(the duke)

may

deceive him';

The

habitual use of parataxis has, however, caused the retreat of


;

the relative pronouns the local adverb


participles,

in

the Chronicle they are replaced by


oirep

oirov

and sometimes by
infinitive
is

and

ei-w.

The
of
its

another important element in syntax, have become


while
the
in

indeclinable,
decline.

the

last

stage

The circumstance
is

that the Chronicle

was composed

in verse

also partly connected with the prevailing use of paratactical

construction.

language which cannot condense thought by


pronouns, participles, infinitives
etc.,

means of

relative

finds

an

external expedient in rythmical structure, which can be further

supported by parallelism of words and sentences.


case in

Such is the Rhythm, like an iron brace, holds together the parts which otherwise would fall asunder, permits inversions not allowed in prose, lends a more imposing countenance and adds persuasive force to the arguments of the

common Romaic

compositions.

author.

Furthermore, a story in a metrical form offers the ad-

vantage of being easily committed to memory.

But the main


it

reason for using verse instead of prose seems to be the unconscious

apprehension that rythmical speech appeals to sentiment


therefore congenial to
all

is

and to such as through a change of fortune or the result of long development have again come to a point from which they start into a new political and
primitive races,

^ The most striking instance of an abrupt change of subject is found in Kanellakis p. 38. Arete returns home and meets her mother on the staircase ir^vre rdiri^Sav ra aKoXia /cat 'e^i. KaTTj^aiuet.. How can she mount five and descend
:

six steps ?

In supplying the respective subjects


stairs,

it

is

evident that they both


five

met

in

the middle of the


six steps to

Arete coming up

and her mother

descending
S.

meet

her.

xW
intellectual existence,
tive races

INTRODUCTION
and thus bear a
close resemblance to primihistory.

which have not yet entered into


after

The

so-called

Latin races, after the downfall of the

and the Greeks, who,


fate,

empire in the West, many centuries, had shared a similar

Roman

can

offer

many

illustrations to this effect;

Greeks,

we can observe
fall

that the

and as for the mass of the population in the

Eastern empire exhibited


long before the

many

of the features of a primitive race

of Constantinople, fortunately,

for the future of the country, as a revival

we can say, could only be expected


which were
its

from the

vitality lying

dormant
spirit

in the lower classes,

not contaminated by the


primitive form
is

of Byzantinism.
its

Poetry in
first

inseparable from a people in


its

stage of

existence or in the beginning of

national renovation, and. in

Greece the existence of a poem of an epic character recounting the exploits of Digenis Acritas, which seems independent of

Western influence, can show that the


aspirations

common

people had found

the proper forms of language and metre to express their national

and to prepare the way for a new epoch. Returning again to the question as to the metrical form of our Chronicle, we can find another reason in the author's
familiarity with the

French romance of

chivalry.

Being a French-

man, as we presume, he threw the Chronicle into the shape which was prompted by his French imagination. The French conquerors had communicated to the Greeks their love of romance and tales of adventure, and it is probable that when the Chronicle was written, many translations of them from the French and The romance of adaptations to the Greek idiom already existed. Digenis Acritas formed a link which connected the popular poetry
of the East with that of the West.

Even the
is

influence of

Romaic

poetry has been operative, for

it

from Greek metre that the

Finally, if we author borrowed the use of the political verse. consider the state of culture, the condition of the language, and
all

the considerations suggested in the preceding remarks,

we can

say that the adoption of metrical form has been an advantage


to the Chronicle, especially
if

we compare

it

with other similar

compositions.
of the

The

Chronicles which describe the feudal reign


inferior to

Lusignans in Cyprus, and form a counterpart to our

Chronicle, are
in

much

it,

just

because they are written

humble and creeping

prose.

INTRODUCTION
VIII.

xlvii

The contents of the Chronicle,


AND
its

historical VALUE.

The Chronicle is the only document which gives a continuous and seemingly trustworthy account of the establishment of feudal
rule in the

whole extent of country comprised within the limits Besides this work, which for reasons of convenience has been called the Chronicle of Morea, we only possess one other source of Franco-Grecian history of the Istoria del regno di Romania^ by Marino Frankish origin Sanudo Torsello, a member of the Venetian family of the dukes of Naxos, which took an active part in the feudal organisation Sanudo's history is based on good information, and of Greece. in many points that relate to Morea supplements and corrects
of the present kingdom of Hellas.
:

the Chronicle, while at the same time

it

furnishes

much new

information, as for instance the mention of the assistance rendered

by the prince

to Saint Louis, p.

102.

Many

events referring to

the Latin empire, the duchy of Athene, the Cyclades and Venice
are concisely related in their proper connection,
history of

and the

intricate

Negroponte

is

extensively developed.

Sanudo, who

was a man of considerable culture and had visited many of the places he mentions, always speaks with much authority on Moreotic history, although his account is not limited to the
inner affairs of the principality.

The

history of

Morea

in the

Frankish times was long the


first

darkest period in Grecian history, next to that of the Turkish

dominion, and
that

it is

only since the

quarter of the past century

due attention has been paid to it. In 1825 the Parisian version of the Chronicle was published for the first time by Buchon in a French translation, while before him Meursius and Du Cange had devoted their attention to the study of its vocabulary. In that year the Greek struggle for independence was at its height, and it was a rather strange caprice of the destiny which pursues Modern Greece that at such a moment there should be rescued from oblivion a document expressing hatred and contempt for the race, which was then nobly engaged in redeeming its liberty. The record of the Chronicle was believed to be true, as no means of verifying it then existed a spirit of animosity, produced by the partial accounts of its author, was calculated to stifle the enthusiasm which the heroes of resuscitated Greece had awakened throughout the civilised world. The name of Fallmerayer is intimately connected with these studies, and the
;

d2

xlviii

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which pervades
his

spirit

work

differs

little

from that of the


his

anonymous
the

chronicler, his chief authority,

who openly avows


is,

admiration for the Franks and his unfavourable attitude towards


Greeks.

The

history of Fallmerayer

in

its

substance,

only a reproduction of the Chronicle, completed by information

gathered from the history of


It

Du

Cange.

was not

till

much

later that

a just and impartial appreciation

of Franco- Grecian history began to take shape, for which we are indebted to the laborious researches of Buchon and Hopf. The

documents
Italy
;

referring to this period of history are widely scattered

in the libraries

and archives of France, Greece, and

especially

they had to be copied and carefully examined with a view

to constructing the history


that the

on a new and sure basis. It was thus means of verifying the accounts of the Chronicle could be obtained, and it was soon found that this curious book is no more than a strange and almost indiscernible mixture of truth and fiction. It is the high merit of Karl Hopf to have made His history these new sources accessible to historical research. of Greece in the middle ages contains the result of long and
all the details obtained from the new sources have been worked into it with extreme accuracy and much ability, thus compensating for the publication of many volumes of docuAll, or nearly all, the details of the medieval history of ments. Greece which were obtainable have been inserted in their proper

patient labour;

places, all the material

bined,

is gathered, sifted, worked out and comand we have now the substance of the history of the

Frankish period, but not the history

scrupulous to write before he could build

in his work no room was left for deduced from the material, for historical construction, imagination and poetical ornament, but all is truth and nothing but truth, founded on trustworthy historical documents, which he never
fails

which Hopf was too on a solid foundation; general views which could be
itself,
it

to quote.

Before such a severe proper


light.

test,

the authority of the

Chronicle has been considerably shaken and the history of Sanudo has been set in
period, which
built
its

The

historical description of this

had been considered a French domain, was now up on a broader basis and the Italian republics had an
in
it.

ample share

One
needed

curious example selected from the

many

errors contained
is

in the Chronicle in using

may
it

suffice to

show how much circumspection

for historical purposes.

We

are informed that

Geoffroy

II, after

having assumed the government of Morea, took

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advantage of the presence in

xlix
the

Morea of

Latin emperor's
is

daughter to make her his


tioned

wife.

Sheher name

not

mensent

was

the daughter of the emperor Robert,

who had

her by sea with an honourable escort to the king of Aragon,

whom
rest.

she was to marry.

In a port of Morea, Pondic6castro,

Geoffroy called on her, asking her to

come on
finally

He

then proposed to her and

shore and take she yielded to his

and the bishop of Olena's persuasions and consented to accept him as her husband. This bold stroke roused great wrath in the emperor Robert, whose political designs, connected with this
marriage,

were thwarted;
finally

but not being able to chastise the

bold intercepter, he

acknowledged him as
title

his son-in-law.

Geoffroy then became the liegeman of the emperor,

who granted
and
that

him the possession of


dominion.
All this
is

the Cyclades, the

of Prince

of Great Domesticos of the empire and the right of coinage in his


related,

pp.
;

i66

176,

at

some

length.
;

But there is very little truth in it Robert had no daughter the king of Aragon (James) was then, in 121 7, only 9 years old; Geoffroy had previously been appointed Domesticos (Seneschal) the right of coinage was obtained by William II and the supremacy over the Cyclades had been granted by Baldwin 11. Thus the element of truth in this account is reduced to the mere probability that Geoffroy II had received the title of Prince from the emperor Robert, of whose sister, Agnes of Courtenay, he was the husband; see Encycl. i, p. 269. The motive of this legend is that Geoffroy II was married to Agnes of Courtenay, the daughter of the emperor Peter. She was in company with her mother, the empress Yoland, on the way from Brindisi to Constantinople, and when they touched at the port above mentioned, and were hospitably entertained by Geoffroy I, the marriage between his son and Agnes was celebrated before the voyage continued. For similar instances of a confusion of events, persons and dates, the table on p. xc, which refers to the despots of Epirus, can be compared. The Chronicle consists of a kind of prologue, which confusedly and inaccurately relates the history of the first and fourth crusades then, in the main part, the events in Morea and Athens under the Frankish dominion are told from 1204 to 1292. The chief events are the military operations under the first four princes, especially those under William II, which are related with much detail; the deliberations of the High Court and its decisions regarding claims of fiefs and other legal processes, which, as can be inferred from the reports of the Chronicle,
;
:

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created considerable interest in times of peace. Genealogical accounts occur frequently, and some of them are undoubtedly The general condition of Morea and Athens was later additions.

lamentable before the Conquest and hardly improved after


these countries again entered into historical
life.

it

but

Morea,

at the

time of the Conquest, had only 12

fortified places and thus, in most cases, the capture of towns was not a notable act of valour. But the Conquest could only be made durable if strongholds were erected in strategical positions, in the mountain passes or on

elevations in the plains

in

substructures

for

castles.

many The

cases the Hellenic ruins afforded

plan of erecting such fortified

places was eagerly adopted as a

quest

and during
that

this

means of maintaining the Conperiod their number increased to such an


;

of 150 palaeocasira, or remains of have been counted in Morea they imprinted on Greece the outward stamp of feudalism. Some of these strongholds, Acrocorinth, Nauplion, Argos and Monembasia, were almost impregnable by nature and could only be captured in the reign of William II, when the rest of Morea had been long since subdued. The division of the pubHc property of Morea in the reign of William I has much interest, as it shows that the customs of Germanic conquerors had been planted on the soil of Greece. A feudal commission was appointed to divide the country among the prince's companions-in-arms and to grant to each one a share corresponding to his title, his wealth and
extent,
castles,

now upwards

the

number of

feudal tenants incorporated in his militia.

Morea

was divided into 12 chief baronies among 12 barons or peers, with the inclusion of Geoffroy, who, at that time, was the liegeman of William I. In this as in many other instances the author derives his information from good sources the description he gives of the location of the principal baronies, their holders, the number of fiefs forming the shares of the knights under their
;

orders, the

names of the

castles built in them, all these details


to,

could only be obtained from the register he refers


for
for

and which,

Morea, had the same significance as the Doomsday-book had England after the Norman Conquest.

IX.

Organisation of Morea, and why the Franks did NOT FUSE WITH THE GREEKS.
is

It

easy to perceive that the conquest of Greece bears a

close resemblance to the principal event in English history,

which

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"H

occurred about a century and a half earlier. The results of each have been very different. The French and Venetian conquerors in the East had struck on a people which offered them comparatively little active opposition, but so much the greater was their
passive resistance.

The
and

ancient culture, the long existence of the


sterile traditions
;

Eastern empire supported by


fatalistic

superstition of a

had infused into the Greeks of that time a peculiar kind of tenacity, which, though unproductive in itself, had given them an advantage over their brave and chivalrous but ignorant adversaries, who in the course
character
intellectual torpidity

of

years

could
race.

not

escape

the

fate

of

assimilation

by the

conquered

In the beginning, a co-existence of two so

disparate races

would have been well nigh impossible, had the

Greeks not bent with seeming willingness to the yoke of feudalism, and had the Franks not used their power with the utmost discretion in respecting the civil and religious liberties of their Greek
subjects,

resorting

to

violence only

when repeated

rebellions

even in the form it had assumed after the fall of the empire, was destined to win the The conquerors of the Champagne did not here remain victory.

compelled them.

But ancient

culture,

the ruling class as those of

Normandy

did in England.

After a

century nearly

all

the original twelve great feudatories had dis-

appeared from the scene ; many had been killed in the numerous Owing to the battles and feuds, to which Sanudo refers, p. 1 1 8.
great distance from the

mother country, their ranks continually and could no more be filled. Intermarriage with the Greek population was forbidden except for state reasons William II of Morea and William I of Athens were married But even if we admit that marriages between the to Greek ladies. two races were of rare occurrence, it seems quite natural that after
thinned,
three or four generations the Franks should have yielded to the
influences of

Greek

culture,

manners and customs and

at a later

period to the influence of the Greek church.

The

Venetians,

who

were nearer at hand, gradually became a substitute for the deBut as they were chiefly led by their clining French element. commercial interests, the Conquest, in the course of time, assumed a character which was very different from that in the
days when French chivalry was at the height of its power. The Frankish dominion may be divided into three different periods: the first from 1204 1262, the second from 1262 1311

from 131 1 1432. The first period, in which the culminating point of French glory was reached, lasted from

and the

third

and

last

Hi

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Monembasia

the beginning of the Conquest to the cession of the three im-

portant

strongholds

Maina,

Mistra

and

to

the

emperor.

time the prince's court was a school of eighty knights with golden spurs were constantly in the chivalry service of Geoffroy II, and young knights from France and

During

this

Burgundy, and particularly from the Champagne, the prince's home, came to Morea to serve under his orders. Courtesy and kind feeling prevailed throughout the principality, and not only the knights but even the merchants could travel freely about without money, and find lodging in the houses of the baillies their expenses were paid and money was lent them, if they bound themselves by their signature to return it. The court of William II resembled that of a mighty king ; he was always followed by from 700 to 1000 horsemen. This is the picture which Sanudo loi sqq. gives us of the prosperous times under the reign of the house of Villehardouin. The second period, which lasted from the cession of the three castles above mentioned to the battle of the
Cephisus
in 13 11, is that of the gradual decline of the principality.

Not only were these


early baronies
in

three castles ceded, but Calavryta, one of the

the northern Peloponnesus, was reconquered

and held by the Greeks.


that

The

loss

of these places involved

of a

large

extent

of territory connected with


describes, with

them, and

afforded to the Greeks an opportunity to reconquer the rest of

Morea.
Plagi,

The Chronicle

much

detail, the battles

fought at that time, in particular those of Prinitza and Makry-

and laments the perpetual


;

state of

war which was ruinous


Sanudo,

to the country

but

it

does not give a clear idea of the continual

progress
p. 118,

made by

the Greeks in reconquering Morea.

informs us that in this period the war was carried on with

such alacrity that William had well nigh been driven out of the
country, had he not succeeded in securing the assistance of the

Turkish auxiliaries in the service of the emperor. Such was the which the war was carried on that a woman, living at that time, married in succession seven husbands, all of whom were killed, one after the other, in battle (loc. cit). The death of William in 1278 without a male heir, and the misgovernment of
fierceness with

the baillies sent by the house of Anjou, had brought the principality to the brink of ruin.
Still

in the reign of Isabella Ville-

hardouin and her husband Florent de Hainaut a short change for the better can be noticed. The third period, that of a more decided decline and fall, begins after the extinction of Moreotic

and Athenian

chivalry in the battle

of the Cephisus and the

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lul

and ends
for

conquest of the duchy of Athens by the Catalan Grand Company, in the year 1432, when Centurione Zaccaria died. A
severer blow could not have been dealt to the principality, which

many years had been in a state of dissolution threatened by the Greeks, whose power was steadily increasing, and the
;

Catalans,

a rival

Latin

power,

settled

at

the

doors
little

of

the

principality,

Morea from

that time

on

offers

but

interest to

general history.

Ramon Muntaner, who describes the memorable battle of the Cephisus (or Halmyros, in his Chronicle, chapter ccxl), confirms
the already mentioned glowing report of Sanudo, and depicts the

prosperous condition of Morea in his time " The Frankish chiefs always selected their wives from the best families in France ; the knights married only women descended from French knights. It
:

is

said that the noblest chivalry in the world

was that of Morea,

and the French language was spoken there as pure as in Paris. This purity of race and knighthood lasted till the moment when the Catalans exterminated them all in one day, when the Count of Brienne attacked them, as I have already related. Be assured, they all perished and not one of them escaped." (Cp. R. Muntaner chapter cclxi and Encycl. i, p. 391.) Much of this may be true even in the beginning of the fourteenth century but we must
;

note that this whole chapter


it

is

in other respects as confused as

can be, and repeats the wildest legends, which were probably communicated to Muntaner by the peasants of Morea and it must furthermore be observed that the love of antithesis might have lead Muntaner into exaggerations.
;

After

the extinction of the

house of Villehardouin in the


dell'

female Hne

(Maud died

a prisoner in the Castel

Ovo

in

Naples about 1324) and the further progress of the Greeks of Byzantine Morea, converted into the Despotate of Mistra, nothing
of general interest seems to have occurred until about the year 1377 when the order of St John made an expedition to conquer Morea;
.but as
it

the Navarrese
227 years

proved entirely unsuccessful, the principality was left to Company. The Frankish dominion had lasted for

and was again united with the Empire in the person of last emperor of Eastern Rome. The early extinction of the French race in Morea is also partially explained by another reason, to which allusion has been made above. The French may have adopted Greek manners and customs and even used the colloquial form of the Greek language, in spite of Muntaner's remark on the purity of their French, but
Constantine Palaeologos, the

liv

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so long as they were in possession of the country, they

still,

professed the

Roman

Catholic faith and recognised in theory the

king of France as their sovereign.

We

are not informed what


after 1262
;

became of the French


continue to hold their

in Byzantine
fiefs

Morea

did they

under the Greek Emperor ? This is not probable so long as they could obtain a compensation in Frankish Morea for what they had lost thus John de Nivelet, But when after the loss of Geraki, settled down near Vostitza. the principality had been reduced to Elis, Messenia and the coast of the Gulf of Corinth, in this case a compensation could no longer be given and a return to France was hardly possible to the knights who had grown up in an eastern country. And when in 1320 Carytaina and Acova, as before Lacedaemonia, had been united with the Empire, the Frankish chiefs, who were still left, had no other choice than to renounce their claims and depart, or to
;

become Greeks, that is, to recognise the authority of the Emperor and to accept the orthodox faith. This was the case in Arcadia after its recapture by the Greeks, and certainly in other places,
which are not mentioned. In Greece, at all times, nationality and religion were indivisible. A Frank who went over to the Eastern Church had, by this act, torn asunder the last tie which bound him to the Western world he could thenceforth only be considered as a Greek, and this seems to have been the fate of many of the noble knights, whose ancestors had come to reduce the Greek Empire to the obedience of the Papal See. French, Italian, Catalan, Slavic, Grecian and Oriental history meet in one focus and it was on the soil of Greece that fierce contests were fought out, bringing no profit to either of those engaged, and only making Greece an easier prey for the Ottoman con;

querors.

What

a waste of energy

it

seems,
1

when compared with


!

the conquest in the north-west, after

230, by the knights of the

Teutonic Order, who too had a share in Morea To the wildernesses of Prussia and Lithuania, the Marienburg meant the same as the Castel Tornese to Morea. " There the knights succeeded in what was impossible for them on Grecian soil they formed a political
:

creation of such vitality that after

more than

five centuries

it

has

proved one of the most important factors for the renewal of the German national empire" (Gregorovius i, p. 378). The Franks were led into their enterprise by their hereditary love of adventure and brilliant feats of arms, as well as by the
prospect of obtaining a feudal share in a country reputed to be fabulously rich ; this refers especially to the second sons of nobles,

INTRODUCTION
who were excluded from
country which had
force of arms.

Iv

succession.

lost its natural ruler (<^v(riK09 a(f>evTr}s)

In the opinion of the time a could be

occupied by anyone

originally was a crusade which had been diverted from its real purpose and the motive which could be openly avowed was that of religious zeal, based on the antagonism between the Roman and the Greek Church, which, if we " Is look further, had its primitive cause in national pretensions.
it

who had The Conquest

the power to maintain himself by

not of greater profit," says the legate of the Pope, 11. 505 sqq., " to restore the unity of both Churches and take Constantinople,
? "

than to affront the perils of a hopeless expedition to Syria

This
of

argument, attributed to the legate, clearly expresses the


the author

spirit

and

his time.

The truly modern form of government in the 13th century was that of feudal monarchy. Feudalism has inspired individual enterprise and the desire to perform great feats, but it could only For the flourish in a country organized on such a principle. Greek world it was not a source of strength ; it meant nothing less than an abolition of the institutions inherited from the Romans and the dismemberment of the Empire. This is plainly illustrated by history in Asia Minor, where the magnates win a power which the Emperors vainly endeavour to reduce, and in Greece Proper, where shortly before the Conquest powerful families, like Sgouros, mentioned in the Chronicle, become But petty tyrants wholly or partly independent of the Empire. in an Eastern country are widely different from feudal lords imbued with the spirit of chivalry. It may seem paradoxical to say that a restoration could only be attained through foreign conquest. The Empire, after having been plunged into the wildest state of anarchy, had come to the crisis of 1203 and seemed to lack the moral energy and vitality necessary for an If history condemns the motives which internal reorganisation. led the Franks to the conquest of the Eastern Empire, she will perhaps acknowledge that under more favourable circumstances their conquest would have been beneficial, as it infused new life
and
it

fresh blood into a decaying organism.

renovation had become a question of vital importance and seems that it was only achievable through a process of fecundation, in which the renovated West could impart a portion of its vigour, acquired by a fusion of Germanic and Celto-Roman This applies to the political elements, to the declining East. state of Greece as well as to its literature, where the phenomenon

Ivi

INTRODUCTION
perhaps more palpable.
In Greece the contact with French

is

minstrelsy and, at a later period, with elaborate Tuscan poetry,

encouraged the Greeks to continue their


shape them
after the

literary productions and model borrowed from the West. The existence of the romance of Digenis Acritas, which we must suppose to have been composed in a more popular form than that transmitted, proves that the Greeks had already begun to cultivate national poetry, similar to the French romance of chivalry, in their own living language, and had thus prepared a revival in literature. The question which arises is difficult to answer, as medieval Greek poetry has not yet been fully explored. It is this what part of this literature, which foreshadows modem Greek poetry, is due to Western influence, and what is truly national ? and could a revival of this kind have been wrought out from
:

within, without a foreign impulse

Karl Dieterich in his history

and Neohellenic literature, p. 66, attributes the renewal of Greek letters " to the contact of the Greeks with the French world, through which the latent or only dormant forces in the Greek people have been set free and aroused." Unof Byzantine

doubtedly literature

reflects the political condition of a country,

and may

itself

contribute to the renovation of a people and lead

to national regeneration.

In

Italy, for

example, the risorgimento

began with a
shape.
fall

literary

movement

initiated

by

Parini,

Foscolo and

other poeti civ Hi, which was later on transformed into a political

In medieval Greece the political change caused by the

of Constantinople brought forth a revival in popular literature,

which the path had been already prepared by the Greeks. We can hardly imagine that a bold innovation, of which the Chronicle is an example, could have come about during the existence of the Byzantine Empire. In their feudal organization Greeks and Franks had been
for

united under one government.

The

condition of the

common

people remained as
preparing.

it

said in the Chronicle.

was under the Empire, as is repeatedly Still a change for the better was gradually

often received

They

as

The conspicuous persons retained their privileges and new distinctions from the hands of the prince. well as the commons were incorporated in the militia
to appreciate military valour,

and learned again

from which for had become estranged. Morea presented the rudimentary forms of a constitutional monarchy the power of the prince, far from being absolute, was limited, and shared

many

centuries they

with

his

companions-in-arms or peers,

the

high barons,

who

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with
the

Ivii

bishops constituted the


all

assembly, which on
the prince.

High Court, a dehberative important occasions was consulted by

Smaller assemblies of this kind were, as we can infer from Western institutions, convoked by each of the lords in his own dominions. The native population, although not sharing the high offices with the Franks, were always consulted whenever
their
political liberty

needed. Something like the beginning of connected with the existing parliamentary institutions can be perceived in the accounts of the Chronicle and perhaps an agreement similar to that of Magna Charta might
advice was

have been possible, had not in consequence of the events of 1262 a part of Morea been reoccupied by the Greeks and the
further

existence

of

the

principality

emperilled.

The

seeds

sown by the

might have been beneficial, as it seems that political liberty can acquire a substantial form only when it has passed through the discipline of
they
feudalism.

Franks did not ripen;

Had circumstances been favourable to the development of Morea, a fusion of two races so distinct as Greeks and Franks would have been inevitable, and would have produced a mixed That such a process had already culture of a peculiar kind. begun can be inferred from the language in which the Chronicle
is

written.

In

this

curious

document a

reflex of the

changes

brought about by the introduction of Frankish customs can easily

be detected. in two ways


or the

Expressions pertaining to feudalism are rendered


:

they are either directly borrowed from the French

new meaning
for

No word
ofxavT^Lo

word

in

is conveyed into a genuine Greek word. homage existed; we therefore find for it either or avOpoiivia, 1. 1 646, an effort to render the French For parliament we find either 7rapA.a/xa, which Greek.

expresses the

new

object with a

new word,

or ^ovk-r] or orvvrvyia,

where the
-TTpoorKwcS,

original

meaning
Xt^ios,

is

modified in a feudal sensed

Into

originally to worships
;

the meaning to do homage has

been conveyed
Ttt

but

liege^

had no equivalent

in

Greek

(Tvv^OeLa

the usages containing

the customary law, v-rroKpaTU)

' These frequent deliberations of which we hear in many passages of the Chronicle are a characteristic feature of the new institutions introduced by the Franks ; the custom of holding assemblies had become quite popular in Morea.
.

Perhaps even in a Western country it would have been a novelty to meet a parliament of ladies, united to deliberate in the absence of their husbands,
as
p.

happened
290.

in

Morea during

the captivity of the prince and his barons,

Iviii

INTRODUCTION
<^t,

rov

to hold under a feudal lord, y fMrapovi'ia, ra 1. 6323, k8vv<i) and pc^ecrTtXw tov tottov 1.

eyive dvOpuiTTOs
^Q-j

6479

Tpe^avTi-

^o/xai

Fr. se presenter^ to

claiming an inheritance,

come to court with the intention of and many other expressions which can be
Military expressions
:

seen in the Index, are genuine feudal terms.

connected with feudalism are


with the verb
TrapaKa^ojotai,

irapaKaOia/xo^, a reflex of assedio^

and perhaps

Bwafxdpi,

formed on the

analogy oi forteresse^ and

many more.

X.

Influence of the Chronicle on Goethe's Faust.


Chronicle, which describes the successful introduction
it,

The
certain

of feudalism into a country least adapted for


general ideas to

has suggested
it

modern

fiction,

through which

has

an indirect connexion with Universal Literature. This point, which has not yet been fully realised, needs some explanation. It is not by mere chance that Sparta, in the valley of the Eurotas, the old and the new home of Helena, was selected by Goethe, in the third act of the Second Part of Faust, as the spot where Germanic and Hellenic genius, personified by Faust and Helena, met to celebrate their nuptials. This is a flight of thought, as daring as any that has ever been conceived in the imagination of a poet but even fiction must be connected with something palpable, it must rest on some foundation, and this basis was supplied by the Frankish Conquest. Faust, who is described as the prince of the conquered Peloponnesus and is surrounded by his feudal lords, recalls to some extent the William II of our Chronicle. This Faust- Villehardouin is a mild ruler ; his feudatories, while obeying his wishes, do so
;

for their

own

profit.

It is of the

Prince that the chorus sings


I

Therefore

now our

Prince

praise,

Holding him higher than others. Since he wisdom and strength combines,

So

that the strong

men

obedient stand,

Waiting

his every beckon.

They his orders faithfully heed, Each for the profiting of himself As for the Ruler's rewarding thanks,

And
Faust.

for the highest


gifts they've

renown of both.

The

won by our

concession,

In fee to each a wealthy land,

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Are grand and
fair
:

lisf

grant them possession

We

in the midst will take our stand.

And

they in rivalry protect thee

Half- Island, girdled by the sea^.

Middle Ages,

In the midst, in Mesarea, as Arcadia was called in the is the place which the poet selects for the abode
;

of the Prince and his noble consort

it

is

the place of honour

due

to

them and the

classical land of bucolic

and

idyllic poetry.

In reality, the prince had no share in Mesarea, which, after the year 1262, became the object of a fierce contest between the two races, who disputed the possession of Morea. But poetry and
history

do not and need not go hand


//

in hand.
cit.

And
167),

yet the

words,

may

be twenty years in all

{loc.

p.

seem

to

suggest a time not very remote from the Conquest,

when

the

Frankish principality was

still

at the height of its power.

Another

passage more distinctly alludes to the division of the Peloponnesus

among

the conquerors of the

West

Faust.

I hail you Dukes 2, as forth ye sally Beneath the rule of Sparta's Queen

Thine, German, be the hand that forges Defence for Corinth and her bays
:

Achaia, with its hundred gorges, I give thee, Goth, to hold and raise.

Towards Elis, Franks, direct your motion Messene be the Saxon's state The Norman claim and sweep the ocean.
:

And

Argolis again

make

great.

Each one

shall she behold, abiding

In lands that lack no liberal right.


All civilized nations have a share in the literary inheritance

of Hellas

first of all the German, who remained in his German ; home, has Corinth in his hands, the key to the ideal realm imagined by the poet. Then follows the Goth as a representative

of the
in

German
or,

tribe,

which, in the migration of races, settled

Italy

and Spain.

Spaniard,

in particular,

This name denotes the Italian or the the Venetian and the Catalan, who
Elis
is

both have an important share in the Conquest.

the

portion allotted to the Frank, descended from the conquerors

of Gaul, while Argolis, with the function of sweeping the ocean,


is

the part of this ideal conquest due to England; but


*

it

may

Faust translated by Bayard Taylor, p. 185. The duchies here referred to are Athens and Naxos.
^

Ix

INTRODUCTION
and
in particular

also refer to the Scandinavian tribes,

to the

Southern Italy, who in 1147 conceived the bold The Saxon may intention of conquering the Eastern Empire. denote the Anglo-Saxons as well as the Saxons of Germany. Of course poetry of this kind does not admit of a strictly histori-

Normans

in

is undoubtedly inspired by the Germanic conquests, which changed the face of the ancient world and laid the foundation of new states, destined

cal interpretation, but the leading idea

to prosper in the arts of peace

it

mation of the so-called Latin


the

races,

of their Germanic conquerors.

Franks.

Elis,

which
is

falls

complete transforwhich appear under the names This is particularly the case with to their share, had been the
refers to the
it

headquarters of their dominion as long as


very concise picture

existed.

Thus a

given in Faust of the Germanic conquests,

beginning with Odoacer and ending with William the Conqueror

and William
the
conclusion.

II

Villehardouin, who, though

conquests connected with the

Romanised, bring Germanic migrations to a


palpable allusions of this

In Faust there are

many more

kind which can only refer to the accounts of the Chronicle.

The

castle

in

which the Prince dwells


but
its

is

minutely described,
given so distinctly

without reference to the Chronicle, which mentions no details


of architecture
;

geographical situation

is

that only Mistra, a few miles from Sparta, which was built by

William
built

II, can be meant. Phorkyas thus describes this castle by the daring conquerors from a sunless northern country

So many years deserted stood the valley hills That in the rear of Sparta northwards rise aloft, Behind Taygetus whence, as yet a nimble brook, Eurotas downward rolls, and then, along our vale
;

By reed-beds broadly
Behind there
in the

flowing, nourishes your swans.

Have

mountain-dells a daring breed settled, pressing forth from the Cimmerian Night,
they please.

And there have built a fortress inaccessible, Whence land and people now they harry, as
Hel.
:

Have they accomplished that? Impossible it seems. Phor. They had the time it may be twenty years, in all. Hel. Is one a Chief? and are they robbers many leagued? yPhor. Not robbers are they; yet of many one is Chief: I blame him not, although on me he also fell.

He
Hel

might, indeed, have taken


gifts,

all
:

yet

was content
he called
it

With some free

he said

tribute

not.

How

looked the

man?

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Phor.

Ixi

By no means

ill

he pleased

me

well.

Cheerful and brave and bold, and nobly-formed is he, A prudent man and wise, as few among the Greeks. They call the race Barbarians ; yet I question much
If one so cruel be, as there by I lion In man-devouring rage so many heroes were His greatness I respected, did confide in him.
;

And
Faust
Mistra
in
is

then, his fortress

That should ye yourselves behold


(p.

167.)
;

is

here identified with one of the Villehardouins


historical

and

the

prototype of this noble castle, which,


is

the

following lines,

described

by the poet as a typical


arches, balconies,
is

medieval stronghold with


coats of arms.
It is

pillars, pillarets,

and

here that a reception of welcome

prepared

by Faust

for

Helena, Sparta's queen,

who

receives the

homage

of the noble lords.

Now

this

whole passage seems to be inspired

by the Chronicle, and renders some of its leading ideas. The who continue the conquests of their forefathers and settle in the Grecian world are in the eyes of the poet by no
Franks,

means
truth,

to be considered

mere robbers.
;

Phorkyas,

who

here speaks

undertakes their defence

her words seem to be an echo

of a passage in the Chronicle^:


to the

"Noble

friends," says Geoffroy

assembled Greeks, "you clearly see that this Frankish chief (William I) came into your country to take possession of it he did not come to gather booty and take your property, and then to disappear. Behold his army he is a kingly lord, who came to conquer (for the sake of glory). You have no master to protect you it is for your good that I advise you to come to terms with him and thus escape plunder and slaughter prevail on your friends that they may come to do homage to
;
!

him."

In another passage the Franks, after being settled in Morea, request Geoffroy to assume the power, for fear that some robber^ should cause them annoyance. Undoubtedly the princes of Morea, as well as all conquerors, lived at the expense of the country they had occupied, but in such cases much depends

on the discretion of a conqueror and the forms observed by him. Phorkyas, who in this instance speaks in behalf of the Greek population, even finds words of praise for the Franks; they might have taken all and then left the country to find plunder
^ See 11. 1613 sqq., or rather Goethe probably has used.

p. 123 in the edition of the year 1825

which

povxoXdyos

1.

2106, and p. 147 in the edition of 1825, rendered

hy j'eune
e

elourdi^
S.

mal

Hevi.

Ixii

INTRODUCTION

elsewhere, as for instance, Byzantine or Turkish despots or pashas

would have done. Nor did the Prince exact a tribute in the Eastern fashion from his new subjects; he was content with free gifts. This term must be taken in a feudal sense it is the opposite of tribute^ and implies that each liegeman (the Greeks
;

included) performed his duty voluntarily, for his


well as for the "Ruler's rewarding thanks,"

own

profit,

as

of both.
lines.

ticular

The whole spirit of feudalism is Then the flattering portrait of the Prince recalls in parWilliam II who is the great favorite of the Chronicler. He
companions-in-arms were no robbers,
;

and for the glory condensed in these

nor were they Phorkyas rejects all reproaches of this kind. They were a noble race of conquerors who came to check the state of anarchy in Greece and create a new political order based on the feudal principles of Western Europe. Greece Proper had in Byzantine times dwindled down to insignificance; it seemed as if the image of death hovered over it like a cloud of vapour. "All is covered and hid Round us with vapour and cloud: Each other behold we not! What happens? do we advance? Hover we only with Skipping footstep along the ground? Seest thou naught? Soars not even, perchance, Hermes before us? Shines not the golden wand, Bidding, commanding us back again To the cheerless, gray-twilighted. Full of impalpable phantoms. Overfilled, eternally empty Hades?"
his

and

barbarians

(p.

172).

And

behold, a metamorphosis

the cloud assumes the form of

a medieval castle which gradually becomes more distinct.


enters the scene of

Greece

has emerged from secular oblivion and again, in a new form,


life
is

Yes, at once the air

Gray and

darkly,

brown as

gloomy, sunless vanish now the vapours. buildings. Walls present themselves

before us,

Blank against our clearer vision. Is't a court? a moat, or pitfall? Fear-inspiring, any way! and Sisters, oh, behold us prisoned, Prisoned now, as ne'er before.

Through
wafted in a
the

this poetical contrivance

Helena and her maids are

moment from

the heroic ages to the thirteenth century,

age of feudalism.

The
it

anxiety caused by the

new

vision

ceases; a multitude of servants


is

come

forth from the castle,

which

not an airy image, as

seemed
all
its

at first sight, but a

medieval
accurately

stronghold,
described.

complete in

details,
is

which are

reception of welcome

prepared, worthy of such

INTRODUCTION
a guest.

Ixiii

The resemblance between the two ages suggested more No reference is made to the than one of the motives in Faust. vast space of time between the return of Menelaos from Troy and
Real poetry delights in
such bold images of fancy, which are not subject to time.

the arrival of the Frankish conquerors.

There
I

in the mists,

know
are

not

how

we

from out whose bosom hitherwards came, swiftly, without a step (p. 173).

They
is

enter into a

now in new

the centre of Feudal Greece,


existence; but servitude
is

and are about

to
it

the price by which

bought.

The resemblance between


to a

the heroic and the feudal ages


is

is

apparent; in one passage a medieval castle (Mistra)

compared
described

Cyclopean
in another

structure,

much

to the disadvantage of the latter,

and

passage the Frankish


free

chieftains

are

from the atrocities committed by the ancient heroes. The close union of Faust, who represents the idea of feudalism, with Helena, the heroine in the Iliad^ combines two ages, of which these two persons are an embodiment.
as being

humane, and

Helena, of immortal beauty, partakes of both ages, she revives in

queen and the consort of the mightiest prince This union of two ages is symbolised, in a more material shape, by the constructions called in common Greek by the hybrid name palaeocastra^ which the visitor may They rest on a Cyclopean or still see in the Peloponnesus. Hellenic foundation, which has been built by the Franks into the shape of a medieval castle. These ruins, which are as hybrid as
fiction as Sparta's

of the Peloponnesus.

name, can teach the visitor that history has repeated itself on the same spot; they are the only remains of two bygone ages, the heroic and the feudal age. Faust and Helena are united in wedlock; Arcadia, the idyllic abode of the poets, is the scene of their matrimonial happiness Euphorion^ is the fruit of this singular union. Germanic and Hellenic genius were impregnated with each other and the natal hour of Romantic poetry had come. Arcadia, where Faust and Helena^ dwell for a time in peaceful happiness, is the ideal realm
their

Euphorion is connected with Greece in more than one way. He can It is be said to be a son of the country for which he sacrificed his life. to his death that Goethe refers, when he says that Helena' comprises a period of three thousand years, from the fall of Troy to the capture of Mesolonghi. ^ William II was actually married to a Greek princess, the sister of the despot of Epirus, and a modern Helena, the wife of William I de la Roche and daughter of the Sevastocrator, was for a time the regent of Athens.
^

truly

'

e 2

;;

Ixiv
of lofty thought.

INTRODUCTION
The
reality

may have

been,

and

at a later

period certainly was, quite different from the conditions imagined

by the poet. Fiction is not bound to historical facts. But the Conquest of Morea furnished an indispensable substructure for the poetical scenes described in Faust. And in truth that Conquest seemed, for a time, likely to realise the most fantastic designs
ever conceived.

In considering the literary connection between the

Helena'

and our Chronicle, I have chiefly consulted Baumgarten's book and the edition of Goethe's Faust by Calvin Thomas, Volume ii. The Chronicle of Morea is not mentioned in this work, but on p. 420, sub voce Germane, it is said that the passage on the division of the Peloponnesus among German tribes, recalls, and is meant to recall, actual history, and then follows a very brief sketch of In the following note it is said that the the Conquest of Morea.
Frankish princes held their court at Nikli in the ancient Arcadia

must be observed, however, that only occasionally was a parliament convoked at that place, and that the residence of the Prince and the seat of the Frankish government was in Andravida. Faust
it

settled

down

in Arcadia, not for historical but for poetical reasons.

Furthermore there are three changes of scene in this phantasmagoria the first scene is ancient Sparta, where Helena returns from Troy ; then she and her maids are brought, in a mysterious way, to the medieval castle of Faust, which is not Nikli, but Mistra
:

on the upper Eurotas, with Taygetus at its is in the rocky woodlands of Arcadia. What reasons induced Goethe to alter his previous design as to the abode of Faust and Helena ? This is a question of primary
(cp.
1.

8994

sqq.

back)

the third scene

importance, as the connection of the Faust legend with the


<lreece has led to a complete transformation of the poem.

soil

of

This

applies not only to the

Helena,' but also to the preparatory scenes

and, in a wider sense, to the ample room allowed to Greek mythology.


'

We
'

are informed that in


cf.

1800 the opening

lines of

the

Helena (8488-8802,

Thomas,

Introd. p. xvi) were finished

but how does this agree with the plan of conjuring up Helena to appear in Faust's castle on the Rhine? Could the poet bring Helena to a German castle and let her suppose that she is in Sparta {ib. xiv)? Again in the prose sketch of 18 16 {ib. xviii)
the castle on the Rhine
heroine.
is

chosen as the future

home

of the Greek

How

did

it

happen

that several years later the scene

to the heart of Greece

had been transferred from the shores of the Rhine to the Eurotas, It was only natural that Helena should ?

INTRODUCTION
live

IxV

an unsuitable and uncongenial But the case of Faust was equally embarrassing what had he to do, and of what use could he be, in a country so desolate as medieval Greece ? Or could magic work in an inverse way and translate him back to the past, to the heroic age? There was certainly something

and

act in Sparta

and not
;

in

surrounding, in a far-off northern country.

missing in the connection between the past and the medieval


present.

Goethe himself explained the change of his design to Eckerin July, 1827 "At an earlier date I had thought out the conclusion (of the Helena ') altogether differently, and once right Then time brought me well but I will not tell you what it was. this of Lord Byron and Mesolonghi, and I willingly dropped everything else." Cp. Thomas, p. xxiii, note . This requires some explanation. It was in 1824, the year of Byron's death, that the plan of completing the second part of Faust was adopted in consequence of Eckermann's suggestions. In February, 1825, the Helena was taken up again and in spring Goethe read a number of books referring to the history and geography of Greece, ib. xxiii and Pniower, p. 149 the Chronicle, however, was not. among them, as I have been able to ascertain through the Goethe- and Schiller-Archiv and director Paul von Bojanowski, in Weimar. Still I am of the opinion that a work so important for his pursuits in this and the following years could hardly have escaped the notice of Goethe, who could easily have procured it from some source not yet discovered. Finally in 1827 the 'Helena' was finished and published, with no introduction, as a ClassicoRomantic Phantasmagoria Interlude to Faust. The problem of completion was henceforward the problem of filling-in the parts before and after the 'Helena,' which was in due time to be known as the third act of the second part, ib. xxviii. Still after all this the genesis of the 'Helena' is hardly sufficiently explained. The events of the year 1824 and the following years, when the Greek War of Independence was at its

mann
;

'

'

'

height,

could only excite a general interest in Greece, and, in

particular, cause the introduction of the

person of Euphorion into

the poem, but no


motifs.

more

it

could not inspire

many

of

its

leading

How

could the idea of a principality of which Faust was

to be the ruler,
his vassals

how could

the division of the Peloponnesus

among

and many details referring to feudalism be conceived, had Goethe not acquired a positive knowledge of the historical This knowledge of facts connected with the Conquest of Morea ?

Ixvi

INTRODUCTION

the events in Morea in the thirteenth century was not diffused at

an

earlier date

and could only be obtained through the Chronicle

of Morea, which appeared in print at this very time, in the year This year, so far as I can see, marks a completely new 1825.
stage in the genesis of the
*

Helena,' which had been already pre-

From Goethe pared by the death of Byron in the preceding year. the more for him himself no explanation could be expected
;
'

incomprehensible a poetic production was for the understanding,


the better,'
ib. Ixx,

and he had no

desire to be the

commentator

on

his

own
;

works.

He

does not seem to have alluded to the

others

Conquest in his conversations with Eckermann and he seems even to have carefully avoided this point, as may be inferred from his reply to Holtei, who had asked him to explain
Frankish
distributed portions of his country

why Faust
(1.

among

his chieftains

9446 sqq.). Did this contain some definite allusion? But Yes, yes, you good children, if Goethe cut him short by saying you only were not so dull.' Pniower, p. 214. To another visitor Goethe referred to the conception of the Helena,' of which some parts dated from his earliest time, while others were conceived much later. "When I set about to mould it all into one form, Finally the I did not know for a long time what to do with it. scales fell from my eyes (Endlich fiel mir's wie Schuppen von den Augen) ; I knew that it could only be done in one way and not otherwise." Pniower, p. 220. This allusion, though very faint, might point to the poet's subsequent acquaintance with the
:

'

'

feudal reorganization of Greece.

It

required the perspicacity of


as the Chronicle

a Goethe to

make such a humble production

serviceable to the highest purposes of poetical imagination.

The authors of the books above mentioned Gell, Stanhope, Depping, Dodwell, Castellan, and furthermore Blaquiere, Coro: :

nelli,

Bannusio, do not refer to Feudal Greece, with the exception


latter.

of the two
or in the
subject.

Gibbon's remark

"

shall not
fell

pursue the

obscure and various dynasties that rose and


isles,"

on the continent

chap, lxii, was not apt to create interest in this

Besides the Chronicle, only


in

Du

Cange's History of Conprinces of

stantinople deserves consideration.

The

Morea

are

mentioned
Empire.
time,
i.e.

it,

but only occasionally and in connection with the


lines

9010 were written about the same March 9th, 1825, the date of a playbill, on which Goethe had noted them down. Pniower, p. 280.
9001
shortly after

The

SUMMARY.
Prologue,
the Holy
cens.

Peter the Hermit describes the lamentable condition of

Land to the Pope, who orders a crusade against the SaraThe Crusaders pass through Constantinople conquest of
;

Antiochia and Jerusalem; Godefroy de Bouillon refuses the kingly crown offered him. PAGES 3 10 Colonisation of Syria from the Western countries. Fourth Crusade. Baldwin and the count of Champagne assume Death of the latter. Geoffroy de Villehardouin continues the cross.

the negotiations
offering

and

visits

the

Marquis Boniface de

Montferrat,

him

the leadership of the expedition.


visits

10

18
20

Boniface

the king of France,

and the queen,

his sister;

assistance offered

him by
;

the king.
is

Geoffroy de Villehardouin
tiate

sent as an envoy to Venice to negoto

with the doge

they

come

terms regarding the ships, which

the republic promises to equip.

2028

Only a part of the French observe the stipulations and come to Venice; the remainder set out from the ports of southern France. The Crusaders from northern France, being indebted to V^enice for the loan and cost of equipping their ships, promise their military 28 30 assistance in the expedition of Venice against Zara. In Zara Alexios joins the allied army, after having promised the Pope that he would establish the Roman Catholic Church in his empire in case the Pope would help him to recover the throne of

Byzantium.

30

32

After the capture of Zara, the majority of the Crusaders abandon the plan of reconquering the Holy Land and decide to make war upon

They are encouraged by the Western Emperor 32 34 and the Pope, who promises them plenary indulgence.
the Eastern Empire.

Many
power.

of the Crusaders return to France.

36
Alexios
restored
to

Capture

of

Constantinople;
fulfil

Isaac

and

Isaac promises to

the engagements of his son Alexios.

38 40

Ixviii

SUMMARY
is

dissuaded from joining the Franks on their expedition Massacre of the Franks. 42 The Franks, in revenge, pillage the surrounding country as far as Adrianople. 44 Violent reproaches of Isaac to his son Alexios; the leaders of reconciliation with the Frankish the revolt severely punished chiefs. 46 Alexios promises to take part in the expedition to the Holy Land, but does not wish to unite his army with that of the Franks. 48 Revolt in Constantinople; Alexios is put to death and Mourtzouphlos proclaimed emperor. 50 The Frankish chiefs informed of this occurrence give vent to their 52 56 feelings in a violent diatribe. Second capture of Constantinople. 58 Mourtzouphlos hurled from the top of a column. 60 The Franks resolve to keep the empire for themselves; twelve he declines, in electors appointed and Dandolo chosen emperor 6264 favour of Baldwin. Great tumult among the Franks; the party of Boniface is conciliated by the proposition of the doge, that Boniface should be king
Alexios
to the

Holy Land.

of Salonica.

66

68

Division of the empire; Venice receives one-fourth and the half of a fourth part. Joanisa (here John), king of Bulgaria, wages war
against the
auxiliaries.

Franks

his

army

is

partly

composed of Cumanian

70 Skirmishes between Joanisa and Boniface. Death of Boniface. 72 After three years a battle is fought at Adrianople between Joanisa and the Franks death of Baldwin, who falls a victim to the cunning 74 78 of his enemies. Succession of Robert, Baldwin's brother. His daughter, betrothed to the king of Aragon, is persuaded to marry Geoffrey II prince
;

of Morea.

80 Re-establishment of the Greek empire at Nicaea, by Theodoros Lascaris his son is committed to the care of Michael Palaeologos, who is appointed regent of the empire. 82 After the death of Theodoros, his son is put to death by Michael, who usurps the throne. Violent diatribe against the faithlessness
;

of the Greeks.

84
of the Genoese,

With the help

who

receive Galata in compensa-

86 Baldwin II with many of his nobles flies from his capital; he lands Some of his at Monembasia, where he is entertained by the prince. retinue decide to settle down in Morea, expecting a more favourable 88 90 turn of fortune.

tion for their services, Michael reconquers Constantinople.

SUMMARY
William
I

Ixix

Champlitte.
writing the history of feudal rule
feats of the first conquerors

in

The author explains his object in Morea it is to recount the great


;

and

92 William of Champlitte, a brother of the above-mentioned count of Champagne, sets out for Greece. 94 He lands at Achaia; capture of Patras. 96 Surrender of Andravida, whose inhabitants go to meet him in procession this place is not fortified. 98 He marches by Vostitza to Corinth, where he encounters Sgouros,
;

thus to stimulate later generations to equal them in valour.

100 he receives the homage of the surrounding districts. 102 He meets Boniface, accompanied by Geoffroy de Villehardouin they unite and take Argos. Meanwhile Sgouros descends from the citadel and puts to death the Franks left in Corinth. 104 Boniface departs after having invested William with the suzerainty over Athens, the three lordships of Euboea, and the Marquisate of Bodonitza. Villehardouin remains in Morea with Champlitte. 106 He advises the prince to abandon the siege of Acrocorinth and Nauplion, and to extend his conquest from Patras towards the south. 108 They return to Andravida, where William persuades the Greek nobles to support his cause homage done by them. 110 The nobles of Morea Proper and Mesarea follow their example. Advice of Geoffroy to take Pondicocastro and other places on the coast and thus utilize the fleet. 112 Capture of Pondicocastro they take the suburbs of Arcadia and set out for Mothone. 114 Capture of Corone and Calamata. Concentration of Greek forces from Nicli, Veligosti, Lacedaemonia, the Taygetos, Laccos and Chrysorea at the place called els tovs KaTrrjo-KLavovs. 116 Their defeat by the Franks, who are inferior in numbers; it was the only real battle fought during the conquest council of war at Calamata. 118 Allusion to Araclovon, held by Doxapatris. Capture of Arcadia.

who

retreats to Acrocorinth.

While

in possession of the town,

120

Death of the count of Champagne; William,

his successor, pre-

pares to leave Morea. 122 He orders the affairs of the principality and appoints Geoffroy to make a division of the conquered country a committee of two archbishops, two bannerets, and five Greek nobles is nominated to assist him every one is to receive a share corresponding to his wealth and power and the strength of his contingent. 124
;
;

Geoffroy,

who

allots

no share

to himself, receives

Calamata and

IXX
Arcadia from the prince
;

SUMMARY

he performs the act of homage and becomes a Hegeman to the prince, who entrusts him with the government of 126 Morea for the time being. William, however, reserves to himself the right to appoint a successor, to whom Geoffroy must resign the government when it is claimed. Thus Geofifroy remains bailli of Morea, and William leaves 128 for France.

Geoffroy

Villehardouin.

He convokes a parliament at Andravida and receives the report of the committee authorized to make a division of the conquered country. Extracts from the book or register containing the principal fiefs of
Morea and
service.

the

names

of their holders.
principality.

130

132
134

Feudal order established throughout the

Military

Military duties of the clergy accurately defined.

New campaign
.

136 with a view to complete the conquest. Capture of Veligosti. Some of Nicli and Lacedaemonia taken after a hard struggle. 138 the liegemen, who are entitled to fiefs, can now obtain them. Only four strongholds still remain unconquered Corinth, Nauplion,
:

Monembasia and Argos.


that their religion, laws

The Greeks promise

their help

on condition

and customs be respected, and

Geofifroy swears

to observe these conditions.

140 wins the favour of the Greeks as well as of the Franks, and urged by both, conceives the plan of securing the principality for himself. He contrives to throw obstacles in the way of the person 142 appointed by Champlitte as his successor. Champlitte arrives at Whitsuntide in Paris where the king of 144 France holds his court pUnilre. He resolves to send his cousin Robert to Morea, and invests him with the sovereignty of the principality. Robert is detained in Savoy by heavy snows, and in Venice by the artifices of the doge, who had 146 a secret understanding with the prince. Robert is left behind in Corfu by the ship which was to bring him

He

to Clarentza.

148

Finally he lands in Morea, but Geoffroy, informed of his arrival by

a messenger of the doge, eludes pursuit. Robert follows him from place to place and finally meets him in Lacedaemonia. 150 154 Geofifroy convokes his court to examine the titles of Robert; his documents are read before the assembly. 156 The stipulation was, that Robert had to claim his rights within one year and one day. 158 It was found that this term had expired a fortnight before and accordingly the court decided against Robert and in favour of 160 Geoffroy, who was proclaimed ruler (d^eVrjys) of Morea.

SUMMARY

Ixxi

Robert demands a copy of the court's decision and returns to France. 162 Geofifroy orders his estate according to his wishes, writes his
testament, and appoints his son Geoffroy to be his successor.
death.

His
164

Geoffroy
Robert.

II

Villehardouin.

Romantic account of his marriage with the daughter of emperor She was to marry the king of Aragon on her arrival in Morea she is entertained by the prince. 166 His advisers urge him to marry her, since in Morea no woman was found worthy to be the consort of a sovereign. Persuaded by the bishop of Olena, she yields, and accepts prince Geoffroy as her
;

husband.

168
prince
writes
to

The
ness.

his

father-in-law

and begs
to

his

forgive-

His anger being appeased, the emperor comes


son-in-law.

170 terms with his 172

They meet
of his wife
:

at Larissa; Geoffroy receives as the marriage-portion

the Cyclades, the title of Prince and that of Great he also obtains the right of coinage. Domesticos Upon this Geoffroy becomes the liegeman of the emperor. A copy of the usages or customary laws of the empire was presented to him. 174 Resolution of Geoffroy to subdue the four strongholds still occupied by the Greeks (see p. 140). In vain he summons the clergy, who possess one-third of Morea, to join the expedition. 176 He orders the revenues of the Church to be confiscated they are spent in building the castle of Chloumoutzi, from which Morea, if lost, could easily be reconquered. In three years it was finished and then negotiations were begun with the Pope. 178 Through the Pope's mediation peace is restored and the clergy promise to perform the military service required by feudal law. 180 On his death-bed Geoffroy appoints his brother William to be his
; ;

successor.

He

enjoins

him

to build a

of his father and himself.

182 church and erect a tomb to the memory 184

William
His
first

II

Villehardouin.
mentioned

care

is

to possess the four strongholds already

she offers four galleys and demands in return Mothone and Corone with their appurtenances. 186 He summons his vassals to join him. Corinth besieged a fort called Mont Esquiou is built on a hill opposite Acrocorinth. Capture of Corinth. 188
his negotiations with
;
;

Venice

Cession of Mothone and Corone to Venice.

190

Ixxii

SUMMARY

Capture of Nauplion after a siege of one year, by land and water. Nauplion and Argos are given to the Megaskyr as a reward for his
services.

192

Again, in the following spring, William


the siege of
;

summons

his vassals for


;

years

Monembasia the four galleys take part after three Monembasia was reduced to famine its surrender on favourable
;
;

conditions

three prominent citizens present the keys. 1941% Vatica and Tzakonia offer submission. William dismisses his
fleet.

army and

He
the

builds Mistr^

and Maini

to

keep

Mai notes.

To complete
Leftro.

the conquest of this

198 check the Melingi and 200 mountainous country, he builds 202
in

Dissension
Arta.

between

Michael

Palaeologos

and the

despot

of

204 Division of the despotate between Nicephoros and Theodores, sons of John. Theodoros despoils his brother of a part of his estate and founds Neopatrae his alliance with the emperor, who creates him a sevastocrator. 206 Nicephoros becomes the ally of William and offers him his sister
;

208 William was then at the height of his power. His barons begin to build castles; they assume the names of their castles. Carytaina, Acova, Passava and Geraki built. 210 War between William and the Megaskyr of Athens, who refuses

in marriage.

Negroponte and Bodonitza, had been given in fee by Boniface to Champlitte. (See p. io6.) 212 Geoffroy de Bruy^res, nephew of William and brother-in-law of
the Megaskyr, takes the side of the
latter. 214 William passes the defile of Megara. 216 Defeat of the Megaskyr at Mount Carydi death of Guibert de The Megaskyr promises to do homage at Nicli. Cors. 218 220 After this formality, the question of his guilt is committed to the arbitration of the king of France, and the Megaskyr is ordered to go to Humiliating demeanour of Geoffroy. Paris. 222 Geoffroy, although guilty of felony, is pardoned but his estate
;

to recognize the prince as his suzerain, although Athens, with

becomes a conditional
body.

fee,

transferable only to the heirs of his

224
his

Kind reception of the Megaskyr by the king who convokes


court to decide the matter.

not found guilty, as at the time of the war he had not yet done homage to the prince. 226
is

He

He
the

is

re-established in his estate.

228

The Megaskyr, asked by

the king to express a wish, desires that

title of duke be conferred on him. 230 Meeting of the prince and the despot at Patras they resolve to make war against Theodoros and to invade the empire. 232
;

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Measures taken by the Sevastocrator. 234 His report to the emperor, who asks the advice of his council. 236 The Sevastocrator advises him to raise an army of mercenaries from all parts, from Germany, Hungaria, Serbia, Turkey, and Cumania, as his own force was not strong enough to meet the attack of Frankish chivalry. 238

He

is

appointed

commander-in-chief.

Concentration

of

the

prince's troops in Wallachia.

240

The Franks decide to limit their warfare to skirmishing and plundering until they meet the emperor's army. 242 Their invasion of the empire. 244 The Sevastocrator divides his army into twenty-seven troops of horse and diverts the attention of the enemy by artifice he orders the horses and cattle of the peasants to be brought to the mountain tops where during the night fires are lit; it thus seemed as if the whole army had gathered there. 246 A scout is sent to the camp of the prince and the despot with a view to intimidate them. Through his insinuations he succeeds in dissuading the despot from his enterprise. 248 250 The despot, who gives credence to the false reports of the scout, sends notice bidding the prince to come both decide to escape
:

danger
fate.

by

flight

and

to

abandon the common

soldiery to

their

252

In vain Geoffroy de Bruy^res appeals to the military honour of the Frankish chieftains they stand firm to their plan of abandoning the
;

army.
;

254

Geoffroy takes refuge in a ruse to save his soldiers he addresses the pillar of his tent, to which he confides the design of the chieftains, thus in an impersonal way revealing their secret and warning his men of the approaching danger. A great tumult arises in the army. 256

who reproaches Geoffroy with the prince changes his mind and resolves to give battle the next day, while the despot clings to the former plan and decides to abandon his Frankish allies. 258
Noble reply
to

the prince,

violation of the secret.

The

Under

the cover of night the chieftains of the despotate leave the

camp. Diatribe against their perfidy. 260 William harangues his troops their strength lies in the unity of their race, while their enemies are a conglomeration of many different tribes, and of mercenaries, who are not connected with each other by the ties of brotherly love. Only the Germans are true warriors, and he resolves to select his best knights to encounter them. 262 264 Description of the battle in Pelagonia. Single combat between Geoffroy and the duke of Carinthia, who is killed. The German horse
:

begin to relax.

266

Theodoros orders his Hungarian bow-men to direct their arrows on the throng Franks and Germans are killed indiscriminately and
;

Geoffroy

is

taken prisoner.

268

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The prince, who endeavours to rescue his companions, is unhorsed. General surrender of the Franks. 270 William and his chieftains are escorted to the tent of the Sevastocrator, who uses abusive expressions towards his prisoner. 272 Reply of the prince, in Greek, as is expressly stated. He declares, that he deserves no blame, but, on the contrary, is entitled to praise for having sought war with such a mighty adversary as the emperor. 274276 The prisoners are brought to Constantinople where they are kindly received by the emperor. 278 William is requested to give up his claims to Morea and to accept a sum of money in compensation. 280 He replies to the emperor, that it is not in his power to cede what does not belong to him personally, and that the stipulations with the ancient conquerors, the companions-in-arms of his father, had to be observed. (This speech is remarkable because it defines very clearly the principles of feudalism.) 282 284 Irritated by the prince's frank reply, the emperor orders that he and his retinue be taken back to prison by the Varangians. Here they remain three years in vain hopes that the emperor would accept a ransom. Finally William consents to the cession of three strongholds Monembasia, Maini, and Mistr^ a treaty is concluded and solemnized by the baptism of the emperor's youngest son by prince William. 286 Geofifroy, appointed by the prince to deliver the three places to the delegates of the emperor, meets the duke of Athens, who at that time had returned from France. 288 In Nicli they meet the ladies of the principality, who are assembled in parliament to deliberate on the cession of the three strongholds in

question.

290
the ladies'
Geoffroy's

The matter is discussed by the duke and Geoffroy in parliament. The former expresses his disapproval but
;

argument, that the prince only ceded what was his own, Monembasia having been captured and Maini and Mistr^ built by him, prevails on the assembly in spite of the strong protestations of the

292- 296 Surrender of the three castles to the delegates of the emperor. Margaret of Passava and the sister of Jean de Chauderon are sent as hostages to the emperor, whereupon the prince is set at liberty. 299 William with a brilliant retinue inspects the castles of Morea he excites the suspicion of the Greeks who take a wrong view of his display of chivalry and inform the emperor of what they deemed a warlike demonstration expedition sent to Morea by the emperor under the command of Macrynos. 300 Macrynos is authorized to strengthen the emperor's party by granting privileges to the Greek insurgents. 302
duke.
;

SUMMARY
prince visits Corinth, where he

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;

Revolt in Tzakonia, Vatica, and the country of the Melingi the summons his vassals to take part in the campaign. 304 Macrynos receives reinforcements under the command of the Great Domesticos and Cantacuzinos. 306 The Greek army is composed of 6000 horse and a great number of On their way through Scortd the foot, chiefly Greek insurgents. Turkish mercenaries destroy the monastery of Isova by fire. 308 During the prince's absence Jean de Catavas Battle of Prinitza.
with only 312 horse is left in Morea he meets the Greek army at Agridi Kounoupitza. 310 His vigorous harangue stimulates his troops. Being affected with gout and unable to wield his lance and sword, John requests his
;

followers to bind the prince's banner to his arm.

312
lost in

Thus at the head who take little heed

of his small troop, John mingles with the Greeks,


of him.

The Franks, though seemingly


;

the throng, suddenly appear before the tent of the Great Domesticos. General panic among the Greeks John with his white garment is
believed to be Saint George,

who comes

to

avenge the sacrilege com-

314316 mitted b> the Turks. The Great Domesticos mounts a horse brought by one of his loyal he reaches Mistrd by unfrequented servants and thus escapes captivity mountain-paths. Many Greeks, who were not slain, find shelter in the
;

of Scortd. 318 Return of prince William, who rejoices over the victory, but regrets to have had no share in it. 321 Complaints of the Great Domesticos and the consolation offered him by a Frank, who advises him to avoid in his future wars an open encounter with lance and sword, and to oppose artifice to the impetuous

woods

valour of the Franks.

322326
resolve
to

The Greek commanders


March.

reopen

the

campaign

in

328
;

Concentration of the Greek forces they reach Carytaina, but are dissuaded from marching towards Andravida, which was fortified with trenches. 330 Both armies are arrayed at Servian^, near Mesisklin Cantacuzinos defies the Franks and is killed while making a boastful display of his horsemanship. The Greeks take to flight. 332 William is dissuaded from pursuing them they lay siege to the their dissensions with the Turkish contingent. 334 castle of Nicli The Turks, offended by the Great Domesticos, who refuses their pay, declare themselves released from their duties towards
;
; ;

him.

Two
breaking

delegates are sent to negotiate with the Turks,


off their

who

insist

336 on

engagements.
delegates to the prince offering

338

The Turks send

him

their services

they are well received.

340

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;

Ancelin de Toucy is appointed by the prince to negotiate with the his exchange of courtesies with Melik at Bliziri. 342 Mehk and Salik visit the prince near Andravida they condemn the conduct of the Greek chiefs and offer to carry on the war by them344 selves. the Franco-Turkish army march Their assistance is accepted towards the south and pitch a camp at Mountrd it is resolved to give 346 battle the next day. Ancelin proposes the order of battle the Turks, who until then had taken the lead, are placed in the centre, while Ancelin commands

Turks

349 Ancelin harangues his troops, who are they are repulsed at Phonemdnon preparing to storm the height 350 Ancelin rallies them, but they are again obliged to retreat.
Battle of Makry-Plagi
;

the vanguard, and the prince takes the rear.

Again Ancelin encourages them and takes the lead the summit is taken and the Greeks scatter on all sides. Ancelin complains that none of the Greek chiefs is taken prisoner, and thus no exchange could be made to release his brother, the bailli^ from captivity, but he is
;

reassured by his squire who bids him follow. 352 In the cavity of a mountain Ancelin beholds the Great Domesticos, Makrynos and Cavallaritzis in custody of the Turks. 354 The inhabitants of Scortd, who had taken part in the revolt, beg

The Greek chiefs are brought the prince's pardon and obtain it. before the prince at Veligosti his interview with the Great Domes:

356 358 360 Finally they agree to lay the blame for their dissension on the Monembasiotes, who had deceived the emperor in regard to the conduct of the prince. 362 Meanwhile the Greek population of Lacedaemonia took refuge at their property is confiscated and distributed among the Mistrd the whole country of the insurgents is given followers of the prince
ticos.

The one reproaches

the other with perjury.

365 second time, beleaguer Araclovon and occupy Carytaina in the absence of Geoffroy de Bruy^res. Ancelin Turks against the revolted population is ordered to employ the They explain their revolt through the absence of their of Scortd.
to pillage.

up

The

Scortini

rebel a

lord.

366368
leave

The Turks ask


the prince requests

and return

to their

homes

them to stay with him. Some are baptized and settle down in Morea. During this war Geoffroy of Carytaina was absent

Asia in vain of them, however,


in
;

in Italy

370 he had

prevailed on the wife of Jean de Catavas, his liegeman, to follow him thither under pretence of making a pilgrimage to the sanctuaries

of Apulia.

372
Sicily,

King Manfred of bids him come to his

who was informed

of Geoffroy's doings,

court.

374

SUMMARY
lord, prince William, as well as that
is

Ixxvii

After being severely admonished for his conduct towards his liegetowards his vassal John, Geoffroy

376 Morea, he meets the prince, who holds a parlia378 ment in Andravida. In a humiliating attitude he craves the prince's pardon, which, on the solicitation of all the noble chieftains, was again granted on the same conditions as were made after the battle of Carydi, when 380 382 Geoffroy was convicted of felony.
dismissed by the king.

On

his return to

The

session of parliament continues

he is sent to house of Anjou.

and Geoffroy takes part in it Digression on the Nicli with a detachment of troops.

384

The

interdict,

under which Frederic

II

was

laid,

explained from a

386 throne of Sicily to Charles of Anjou, who declines at first out of regard for his brother, the king of France, whom he does not wish to involve in a war with Germany. 388 Reason which induced Charles to accept the offer of the Pope his wife, having been slighted on some occasion by her sisters, the queens of France and England, is compelled by Charles to give an account of 390392 what had happened. Upon this Charles swears that ere long he would present his wife, the countess, with a kingly crown. He asks and obtains permission from the king of France to assume the leadership offered to him by the Pope in the campaign against king Manfred. 394 Encouraged by the king and provided with troops and money, 396 count Charles sets out for Rome. Cordial reception given by the Pope to the count ; ceremony in Saint Peter's Church where Charles is crowned king of Sicily he is 398 400 also appointed champion of the Church.
Guelf point of view.

The Pope

offers the

The Pope sends messengers

to all the princes of the Guelf party

requesting their help against the oppressors of the Church.


receives the cross from the hands of the

Pope

granted to

all

who

take part in this war.

Charles a plenary indulgence is 402

Meanwhile king Manfred assembles his party, from Germany, Lombardy, Tuscany, of Benevento and death of king Manfred.
Prince William,
relationship

auxiliaries of the Ghibelline


Sicily

and Calabria. Battle


404

who

rejoices at the victory of Charles, plans a

by marriage.

His daughter Isabella, who was the heiress


if

of the principality, would,

wedded

to

the king's son, secure

the

succession of his house and the assistance of king Charles against the

406 committed to the prince's council they approve of it and adopt the views expressed by Nicolas de Saint-Omer. Accordingly the bishop of Olena and Pierre de Vent are sent as delegates to
Greeks.

The matter

is

king Charles. Their negotiations at Naples.


s.

408410
412

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SUMMARY
to the prince

Charles, in return, sends a deputation of one bishop, two bannerets,

and two knights

they arrive in Andravida with the

delegates of the prince.

414

concluded, prince William orders two galleys to be equipped, and sets out with his daughter Isabella and a 416 noble retinue his arrival at Naples. the Charles convokes a court pieni^re in honour of the prince
; ;

The matter having been

preliminaries are ended and the king

and the prince can proceed

to

418 the execution of their designs. After the nuptials are celebrated, the ceremony of the investment takes place ; William performs the act of homage to the king and thus

becomes his liegeman then the king devests himself of the power conferred upon him and invests his son Louis with it, and Louis finally transfers it back to his father-in-law, the prince, who is to hold
;

it

for

life.

Alarming

news received from Morea obliges the prince


420

to

make a speedy

return.

Preparations for a new war with the Greeks, who had received reinforcements from the emperor. 422 King Charles sends Galeran d'lvry with loo horse and 200 foot to

Morea.
Galeran's reception by the prince.

424 426

where Geoffroy and 428 they propose to go to Nicli. The Greek chief Council of war described by Geoffroy as being eager to offer battle ; hopes of the Franks to recover the whole of Morea. 430 Their inroad into Tzakonia to chastise the Greeks, who again had taken the side of the emperor. The Greek commander in Lacedaemonia keeps on the defensive, having been ordered by the emperor to avoid open warfare and not to risk a battle until a favourable opportunity offered. 432 It is proposed by some of the chiefs to prevent the Greek commander from leaving his position and making inroads into the Frankish territory. But the plan is rejected, as the provisions for such a blockade were not sufficient. 434 The castle of Nicli is provided with all necessaries and Jean de Nivelet appointed to occupy it with a force sufficient to check the progress of the Greeks. The rest of the army return to their homes. WiUiam asks Leonardo for his advice, regarding the honours to be conferred on Galeran. 436 Galeran is appointed bailli of the principality as a recompense for his services he accepts, and is invested by the prince with his glove. 438 Appearance of Conradin on the scene of war he comes to avenge the death of Manfred, and assembles a strong army with which he crosses the Alps. 440 Reinforced by Lombards, he arrives in Apulia. Charles appHes
to Isova
to Carytaina,

They march

and then

Gautier, the baron of Acova, join them.


;

SUMMARY
for assistance to the

Ixxix
is

Guelf party

the count of Artois

sent with

2000 horse.
Sixty galleys are sent to his help from Provence, part in the campaign.

442

and the Pope

opens the treasure of St Peter and causes the Guelf princes to take 444 Charles requests prince William to lend him his assistance, and William concludes a truce for one year with the Greek commander accompanied by the flower of Moreotic chivalry he joins the king at Benevento. 446 William organizes a reconnoitring party from the top of a hill he explores the strength and position of the enemy and concludes that they are twice as numerous as the king's army. 448 He advises Charles to avoid all open combat with the superior forces of the enemy and to have recourse to the artifices employed in war by the Greeks and Turks. Charles consents and requests him to assume command of the army. 450
;

William's plan of action

is

to allure the
;

Germans

into the king's

camp, where rich booty was stored up

then, while they

had broken

their ranks to gratify their predatory instincts, to seize the

moment
452

and surround them on


This plan Conradin
is is

all sides.

454

456 brought on the 458 point of a lance to the king. Great grief of Charles of Anjou he declares that he had rather have lost one of his best towns than have any part in the death of Conradin, whom he considered a noble and valiant soldier. Consuccessfully executed.

taken prisoner and killed

his

head

is

radin's tent with all

it

contained

falls to

the share of Charles, while prince

William is presented with the tent of the duke of Carinthia. 460 While William rests aft^r the successful execution of his plans, he receives information from Morea concerning the Greeks, who had broken their truce. 462 After having received money and valuable presents, and horses and men for the campaign, he returns to Morea his army had suffered no losses. 464 The revolt in Morea was caused by the rumour that William had been killed in battle. Geoffroy is detached to defend the confines of Scortd he camps at Ardchova. 466 Mortality in his army caused by the coldness of the drinking-water; still Geoffroy continues his campaign until he himself is stricken with the disease. His death warm expressions of sympathy in his honour by the author. 468 As Geoffroy's barony had become a conditional fee, only transferable to the heirs of his body, and he had died childless, it is divided into two parts one of them falls to the share of the prince and the other is given to Geofifroy's widow as a dowry. Later on she marries count Hughes de Brienne her son Gautier becomes duke of Athens. 470
;
;

/2

IXXX

SUMMARY

Company

Anticipatory account concerning Gautier's conflict with the Grand 472 of the Catalans. Account of a famous legal process before the High Court of Morea.

One of the hostages sent to the emperor, Margaret of Passava, claims on her return the barony of Acova, to which she was entitled after the death of Gautier de Rosi^res, who had left no heirs but the daughter of 474 his sister, who was the wife of John II of Passava. Prince William refuses Margaret's claim to her uncle's inheritance on the ground that she did not appear within the prescribed time before the court, i.e. within one year and one day after the fief had become In vain she proves that at that time she was still in Constanvacant. tinople as a hostage for the prince, and that in being there she had obeyed his orders. After a short time she appeals again, but without 476 success.
friends

After being refused for a third time, she accepts the advice of her and marries John de Saint-Omer, one of the brothers of the
;

through his marriage with Margaret, rich and powerful lord of Thebes 478 John becomes hereditary marshal of the principality. John accompanied by his brothers Nicolas and Othon appeals to the prince's court at Clarentza he declares that he did not come to
;

beseech the prince's favour, but to demand justice. Prince William promises to fulfil his wishes, and bids his liegemen assemble in the 480 church of Saint Sophie in Andravida to examine the matter. Nicolas de Saint-Omer lays the case before the court and refers to 482 the prince's refusal. Again the prince puts the question, whether he, the attorney of 484 Margaret, demanded a favour or justice. Nicolas answers that he wishes the case to be judged according to the existing laws of the principality. A new assembly, consisting of the bannerets, archbishops, knights, and liegemen, is called by the 486 prince to meet in the convent of St Franciscus in Clarentza. Nicolas acts as an advocate for Margaret, while the prince him-

assumes the functions of an advocate of the High Court, and for the time being transfers the symbol of his sovereignty, his sceptre, to 488 Leonardo, the chancellor of the principality. The prince admonishes the court that it must give an impartial
self

After the discussion had opened, the book containing the customary law of Morea was consulted it expressly stated that a liegeman was obliged to become a hostage for his 490 lord in order to release him from captivity. Still the court was of opinion that Margaret was entitled to inherit Acova, since she had been a hostage in behalf of the prince. Again the book of usages was consulted and in one of the clauses it was found that Margaret was bound by duty to obey the orders of her liege and it was not the prince's fault, if the term for claiming her inheritance had expired. The court then decides that Margaret had 492 no rightful claim to the barony of Acova.
decision, according to the law.
; ;

SUMMARY

Ixxxi

The decision that Acova had fallen to the share of the court is announced by the chancellor Leonardo. William expresses his thanks to the court, but John does not follow his example. William sends for the chancellor, to whom he confides his regret at the disinheritance of Margaret. 494 He admits that it was for his sake that Margaret could not appear before the court in due time, and complains of the haughty demeanour who did not appeal to his favour. 496 be divided into three parts of eight fiefs each a share consisting of five of the best fiefs is selected for Margaret as a gift devolving from his own free will. A charter is drawn up in legal form, and placed under the cover of the prince's bed. 498 Margaret is then asked to come. After a short explanation the chancellor lifts the cover and Margaret receives the charter from the hands of the prince with his glove as a token of her new investiture. 500 The remaining two-thirds of Acova fall to the share of Margaret, the prince's younger daughter. 502 Feeling his end approaching, William retires to Calamata; he asks the advice of his nobles and makes a testament Chauderon is appointed bailli he causes letters to be written to king Charles, to whom he recommends his family and his subjects. He wishes to be buried in St James' Church in Andravida, where the bodies of his
of Nicolas de Saint-Omer,

He

orders

Acova

to

father

and his brother reposed. Four chaplains are to be appointed

souls of the princes.


tribute to

504 pray perpetually for the William's death the occasion for an appreciative
to

him by the author, who

regrets that no male heir inherited

the principality.

506

The
Jean de Chauderon,
William's death.

Baillies of Morea.
Morea.

bailli of

He

informs king Charles of

506

Charles convokes his council and appoints Rousseau de Sully as his new bailliy whom he sends to Morea with a small body of select troops. Rousseau lands in Clarentza, where he bids the chiefs to meet him. 508 The orders of the king are read to the assembly. Charles requires
that they should do

homage

to

Rousseau as they would do

it,

if

he, the

king, himself were present.

The

chiefs profess their allegiance to the

king, but refuse to acknowledge the bailli as their liege-lord. The act of homage can only be done to the prince himself,

510

whose

presence

in the principality is required, and who is to swear on the gospel, that he will respect the customs of the country. 512 Finally it is agreed that the bailli should take an oath that he
:

will

govern Morea according to the laws existing, and that the liege-

Ixxxii

SUMMARY

people of Morea promise by oath that they will be faithful to the king

and his representative. Rousseau accepts; he changes the officials. 514 Death of prince Louis, the husband of Isabella. 516 Digression on the dukes of Athens of the house de la Roche. William, duke of Athens, is the second bailli of Morea appointed by the king. Dimatra built by him. Death of the first wife of
dowager of Athens; Jeanette their 520 daughter becomes the wife of Nicolas Sanudo, duke of Naxos. Hughes governs the grand duchy of Athens while Guy de la Roche, the heir, is under age; after his wife's death Hughes returns to Apulia. Guy, the last of the house of de la Roche, dies childless. Marriage between Nicolas de Saint-Omer and the princess dowager
the duchess

Hughes de Brienne, Hughes marries

the

widow

of Geoffroy de Bruy^res.

518

of Morea.

522

Description of Nicolas' castle in Thebes, which was of royal Nicolas It was afterwards destroyed by the Catalans. splendour.
built

Guy de

Maniatochori and Avarino. la Tr^mouille bailli and general vicar of Morea.

524
Nicolas

de Saint-Omer is appointed by the king to be his successor; peace and prosperity under his government. Digression on Geoflfroy de Bruy^res, a nephew of the lord of Geoffroy pawned his estate in France, and with the Carytaina. money received comes to Morea to take possession of Scortd left 526 vacant by the death of his relative. The king of Naples, to whom Geoffroy appeals, commits the matter to the bailli of Morea, whose court excludes Geoffroy from the inheritance of Scortd, which had become a limited fee under the conditions already mentioned (see accounts referring to pp. 224, 382 528 and 470). The bishop of Olena informs him, in the name of the court, that Geoffroy, who is ashamed to return to his claim is null and void. France without having effected his purpose, resorts to cunning. He
derives information about Araclovon from a
tells

man

of that place,

who

him

that

it

is

considered to be one of the chief strongholds of


ill

Scortd.

He

feigns to be

(with dysentery.?)

favourable to his plans, he pretends that water from the fountains of Araclovon.
this water,

530 and after taking advice he can only be cured by the

On

the pretext of procuring

which he was ordered


it.

to drink,

castle in order to explore

he sends a squire to the 532

Geoffroy requests the castellan to give him a room in the castle. Having obtained it, he orders that weapons should be brought secretly
into his room then, feigning to be near death, he gathers his men around him under pretext of making his testament in their presence, and reveals his plan to them, obliging them by oath to keep the secret 534 and to lend him their assistance. A party of his men are ordered to retain the castellan and his
;

SUMMARY

Ixxxiii

guards outside the castle, inviting them to drink with them. At the proper moment they are to retire, take the keys from the porter, push 538 him outside and lock the doorway from within. This plan being carried out, Geofifroy sends two Greeks as messengers to the Greek commander, offering to sell the castle to him. The castellan, on the other hand, informs the French captain-at-arms
in

Ardchova, Simon

arrival of the

de Vidoigne, who hastens to anticipate the Greek forces and encircle the castle from all sides. 540

The bailH Araclovon.

summons

all

the troops

of

Morea

to

lay

siege

to

542
to
if

each other. he surrenders 544 the castle to the king. Geoffroy replies that he is aware of the treacherous conduct to which circumstances had compelled him, and that he will comply with the desires of the bailli in the event of a fief being allotted to him. It is then agreed that Geoffroy should surrender the castle and receive the fief of Moraina in Scortd, and Lissarea, which are transferred to him in consequence of his marriage with Margaret, Genealogical digression on their dethe heiress of the estate. 546 548 scendants. Two noblemen of Morea, Chauderon and Geoffroy de Tournay, Florent reenter into friendly relations with Florent de Hainaut. quests them to prevail upon the king to marry him to Isabella, 550 552 the heiress of Morea. The king, who is convinced by them that the government of the baillis is injurious to the principality, consents to the marriage which they propose. The articles of the agreement are drawn up in one of them it is said that if the heir of Morea be a woman, she cannot enter the matrimonial state without the consent of the king, and that she would be disinherited, if she did so on her own authority. On account of this unjust article Isabella herself was disinherited on a 554 556 later occasion.

The Frank and Greek armies stand opposite Simon promises Geoffroy that he will be pardoned,

Florent de Hainaut, prince of Morea.

Morea; he
Clare ntza.

is

received by the

bailli^

Nicolas de Saint-Omer, at

558

Nicolas transfers his power as regent of Morea to the prince, who Florent swears at the same time receives the homage of the nobles. He then changes the that he will respect the customs of Morea. 560 officials of the principality and appoints his own men to office. Florent's first care is to raise Morea from the state of decay into

which

it

had sunk through the misgovernment of the

king's governors

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and
their mercenaries,

SUMMARY
is

advised to conclude a treaty of peace 562 The Greek commander accepts this proposal, but informs the prince that as he was appointed only for one year, his term had nearly expired but he would further the matter and accordingly he sends a delegate to the emperor, who is much pleased at the prospect Philanthropinos is appointed by of seeing peace restored in Morea. the emperor to negotiate with the prince. 564 Treaty of peace concluded in Andravida. But Florent, who considers himself a sovereign, does not regard the treaty with an official of the emperor as of binding force and therefore requires that it should be confirmed by the emperor's personal oath he also
with the Greek commander.
; ; ;

and he

wishes to obtain a chrysobull to the same

effect.

566

two French knights and two Greek envoys, is sent for this purpose to the emperor and Philanthropinos accompanies them. The treaty of peace is then confirmed by the emperor in the form desired by the prince. Peace and prosperity are 568 again restored to Morea under the reign of Florent. During this time the emperor resolves to make war against
delegation, consisting of

Nicephoros, despot of Arta. Genoa supplies him with sixty galleys they were to land troops near Arta, while a considerable force was Nicephoros is to march through Wallachia and take Jannina. advised to conclude an alliance with his nephew, prince Florent of

Morea.

570
of the alliance concluded between prince Florent

Terms

and

Nicephoros consents to send his son and to pay the expenses of the 572 expedition. Nicephoros then secures the assistance of count Richard of Arrival Cephalonia, who receives his eldest daughter as a hostage. 574 of the prince and the count at Arta. Great rejoicings at Arta, where Nicephoros meets his allies. 576 578 Council of war. The prince assures Nicephoros that it was not for the sake of gain that he and his army had come to help him, and that, in doing The so, he fulfilled his duty towards a relative and a neighbour. Franks, he adds, being ambitious of glory, never omit an occasion of 580 making a display of their military valour. It was resolved to march towards Jannina the next day, under the The Greek army under the orders of the marshal Saint-Omer. command of the Great Domesticos resolve to maintain the siege of 582 Jannina, but on the approach of the Franks take to flight. They are pursued by the armies of the prince and the despot. 584 A messenger is despatched on the part of the prince and the despot to the Great Domesticos, requesting him to offer them 586 battle. The Domesticos replies that he would willingly do so, if he could
the deputies of Nicephoros:

Thomas

as a hostage to the prince

SUMMARY
rely

IXXXV

troops but the Cumani and Turks only obeyed their and took no heed of his orders. The king's country is then given up to pillage; much booty is gathered and many Greeks In the meanwhile the Genoese galleys had are made captives. their troops are landed in Preveza and reached the Gulf of Arta

on

his

own

own

chiefs

588 begin to sack the country. Florent orders his troops to return from the pursuit of the enemy in the east ; one thousand horse were sent to the rescue of Arta. 590 The Greek army, which had landed at Arta, is informed of the Great Domesticos' retreat and the approach of the Frankish army they retire to their ships, but a part of them are killed by the cavalry sent in pursuit. They hold a council of war, in which it is declared that it is of no avail to carry on the war without the assistance of the Great Domesticos. They resolve to await the arrival of prince Florent. 592 Florent arrives and orders the camp to be erected opposite the Genoese galleys, whereupon the latter weigh anchor and put to sea. The Franks and their allies keep on the defensive to prevent the Genoese fleet from landing again in case they should do so to 594 plunder or for a supply of water. The Genoese and Greeks on the galleys admire this stratagem and desist from further hostilities against prince Florent, whom they recognise as a prudent soldier, thoroughly experienced in Western They resolve to pillage some small places outside of the warfare. 596 prince's sphere of power and then return to Constantinople.

TABLES OF RULERS
LIVING IN

THE TIME TO WHICH THE CHRONICLE REFERS^


Princes of Morea.

I.

William
Geoffrey

de Champlitte, called Champenois and


I

KafiTravearriSy

1205 1209.
U.
de Villehardouin,
1

dai/lt

reign from

2 10

2 18.

He was

from 1209 married

12

10,

to Elisabeth

and sovede

Chappes.

HI.

IV.

Geoffrey de Villehardouin, 12 18 1245. Married to Agnes de Courtenay. He is the first who assumes the official title of prince of Achaia or Morea. WiUiam II, 1245 1278, the brother of the former and son of Geoffrey I. By his third wife Anna Angela Comnena, daughter of the despot of Epirus, he had two daughters, Isabella

and Margaret.
Isabella de Villehardouin, princess of

Maud

Morea 1289 1307. She was married: first to Philip of Anjou, ti277, then to Florent de Hainaut, prince of Morea 1289 1297, and lastly to Philip of Savoy, prince of Morea from 1301 1307. de Hainaut, princess of Morea 1313 1318; she is the daughter

of Isabella and Florent.

House of Anjou.
Charles Charles
I,

king of Naples 1266

1285,
1309,

and prince of Morea from

1278 1285.
II,

king of Naples 1285

and prince of Morea from

1285 1289.

Robert, king of Naples 1309 1343. Philip II of Taranto, brother of the former, was prince of

Morea

1307-1313.
* The object of these tables is to give a general view of the dynasties connected with the history of Morea in the thirteenth century, thus enabling the reader to verify the accounts of the Chronicle and to correct its numerous

chronological and genealogical errors.


p. 469 sqq.,

See Hopf, Chroniques grico-romaneSy from whose valuable and trustworthy researches these tables are

a brief extract.

; :

TABLES OF RULERS
Baillis of Morea.
In the

Ixxxvii

name

of Charles

and Charles

II of

Anjou

Galeran d'lvry, 1278 1280. Philip de Lagonessa, 1280 1282. Guy de la Trdmouille, baron of Chalandritza, 1282 1285. William de la Roche, duke of Athens, 1285 1287. Nicolas II de Saint-Omer, co-feoffee of Thebes, 1287 1289. Guy de Charpigny, baron of Vostitza, 1289.

In the

name

of Isabella and Philip of Savoy

Richard, count of Cephalonia, 1297 1300. Nicolas III de Saint-Omer, co-feoffee of Thebes, 1300

1302

and

13051307In the

name

of Philip of Taranto

Guy de

la

Roche, duke of Athens, 1307

1308.

Barons of Morea.
State of this country in 1209 when it was divided into twelve hautes baronies or lordships. See Hopf, Chron. gr. rom., p. 472, and Encycl.
p. 276, and the hnes in the Chronicle, 1. 191 2 sqq., which contain an enumeration of the fiefs of Morea and their holders. Acova (Matagrifon) Gautier I de Rosieres, father of Gautier II I. and grandfather of Margaret of Passava. Carytaina, in Scorti Hughes de Bruyeres, married to a II. daughter of Geoffroy I, father of the celebrated Geoffroy Geoffroy is the husband of Isabella de la Roche. Patras Guillaume Aleman, then Peter. The barony is then III. given as a fief to the primates of Morea. Veligosti Matthieu I de Valaincourt de Mons; his daughter IV. marries Guillaume de la Roche, who receives the barony from his brother-in-law Matthieu II. Nicliy in Mesarea Guillaume (I de Morlay) Guillaume II V. Hughes. VI. Geraki Guy de Nivelet; his son John, dispossessed by the Greeks in 1262, establishes himself at Nivelet near Vostitza. VII. Calavryta0\}i\ovi I de Tt)urnay his son Geoffroy was dispossessed of his barony by the Greeks in 1263. John, son of Geoffroy, was married to a daughter of count Richard of
I,

Cephalonia.

VIII.
IX.

X.

I de Lille de Charpigny. His son Guy I Morea, see Table. Gritzena Lucas... his family and descendants are not known. Passava (Lisarea and Moraina) Jean I de Neuilly, hereditary marshal of Morea; he was the father of Jean II, who was married to a daughter of Gautier I of Acova their daughter Margaret, the heiress of Acova, see Index 626, was married

Vostitza

Hughes

was

bailli of

Ixxxviii
first

TABLES OF RULERS
;

XL
XI L

to Guibert de Cors, killed in the battle of Carydi second William of Verona, and third to Jean de Saint-Omer, who in 1276 receives one third part of Acova. Chalandritza Audebert de la Tr^mouille, father of Guy, who for a time was bailli of Morea. Calamata and Arcadia Geoffroy I de Villehardouin, see
to

Ckromc/e, 1. 1865. Hopf, Encycl. I, 236, observes that the division of Morea into twelve peerages was a reminiscence of old French poetry, and was connected in some way with the existence of twelve peerages in the Still fourteenth century under the reign of the Angiovines in Naples. he considers the account given in the Chronicle of the peerages in Morea as being exact, p. 276, and very likely borrowed from a register The main question, written at a time not remote from the Conquest. therefore, seems to be, whether some later baronies, or some not included among the hautes baronies (Gritzena ?), have not been added at a later time to the original ones of 1209, with a view to obtain the number 12 consecrated by fiction. But it is hardly probable that the institutions of the kingdom of Naples should have served as a model for those of
p. 276.

to what Hopf says, loc. cit. Morea in the fourteenth century presents quite a diff'erent state of affairs, some of the old baronies having then disappeared, or been occupied by the Greeks, while new ones had been created.

Morea;

this

would seem contradictory

Besides,

fied, is

think that the account in the Chronicle, so far as it can be veritrustworthy, and that the addition of Geoffroy 1 to complete the
of twelve baronies
is

number

division into question.

Geoffroy

not a serious reason for calling this I was in 1209 not the sovereign, but

the bailli of Morea, in lieu of William I Champlitte, from whom he received Calamata and Arcadia as a feudal tenure, as the Chronicle
expressly states,
straining the

Thus the number twelve 1. 1865. meaning of the passage relating


and

is

obtained without
the division of

to

his twelve companions in arms recall Charletwelve peers in the Chanson de Roland and the Chansons de geste of medieval France. These peers were also called his companions, and military companionship is a very prominent
I

Morea. William

magne and

his

Germanic conquests, as it gave rise to the Although the number twelve is familiar to the Germanic conquerors, it is very likely to be of Christian origin, Thus the Franks in referring to Christ and His twelve disciples. Morea in some way repeated the history of their Frankish forefathers in Gaul and Germany.
feature in the history of
first

feudal institutions.

Dukes of Athens.
L

House de la Roche.

Otho, lord of Thebes 1204, Grand Sire or Megaskyr of Athens from 1205 1225, when he returned to France.

TABLES OF RULERS
H.

Ixxxix
1225

Guy I, joint-proprietor of Thebes, Megaskyr of Athens


and duke of Athens from 1260

1263.

1260,

He was

married to a

III.

IV.

niece of William II of Morea. John I, duke of Athens 1263 1280. William I, brother of the former, 1280 1287, bailli of Morea 1285 He was married to Helena Angela Comnena, 1287. who was the regent of Athens after his death, 1287 1294 she

married Hughes de Brienne in 1291. Isabella, William's sister, was married first to Geoffroy de Bruy^res and second to Hughes de Brienne.
V.

Guy

II (Guyot),

1307 1308.
of Morea.

duke of Athens 1287 1308, and bailli of Morea He was married to Maud de Hainaut, heiress

House of Brienne.
Hughes de Brienne, count
of Athens of Lecce, co-feoffee of Carytaina

VI.

he was married first to Isabella de la Roche, widow of Geoffroy de Bruy^res and second to Helena Angela Comnena, daughter of the sevastocrator their daughter Jeannette was married to Nicolas Sanudo, duke of Naxos. Gautier I, duke of Athens 1308 131 1, son of Hughes from his first marriage. Gautier was killed in the battle of Halmyros
1291
;

1294;

and

bailli

by the Catalans. His son Gautier II was a

titular

duke of Athens, see Index

p.

624.

House of Saint-Omer.
They descend from William de Falkenberg,
Omer.
His sons are
:

castellan of Saint-

Jacques, who was married for the second time to Elisabeth de Chappes, the widow of Geoffroy I prince of Morea and Nicolas I,
;

married to Margaret of Hungary, widow of Boniface, king of


Salonica.
Bela, son of Nicolas,

was married
;

to

Bonne de la Roche, the


:

heiress

of half of the barony of Thebes

their sons are

Nicolas

II, co-feoffee of Thebes and bailli oi Morea 1287 1289 he was married first, to Mary, princess of Antioch, and next to Anna Angela Comnena, daughter of the despot of Epirus and widow of William II of Morea.
;

Otho, co-feoffee of Thebes. John, married to Margaret of Passava, from whom he received the marshalship of Morea and a third part of Acova as a marriage
portion.

Nicolas III, son of John, baron of Passava and marshal of Morea; he also possessed a part of Thebes and was bailli of Morea, see Table.

XC

TABLES OF RULERS

Despots of Epirus (Hellas or Arta) and Sevastocratores of

Great Wallachia
The account
"AyyfXos
of

(Thessaly).
:

them given
:

in the Chronicle is as follows

Kdko'ioidvvTjs

KourpouXi/y,

also

called

Kako'iaxxvvrjs

and

simply

'l(advvr}Sy

had two sons

'SiKr}<f>6f)os

(also KovTpovXrjs) despot of

Arta

Qeobcopos 6 AovKas, a natural son,

who usurps

the sovereignty of

Great Wallachia and assumes the title of sevastocrator. The sons of Theodoros are Angelos, Doukas and Comnenos. The son of Nicephoros, named Thomas, is sent as a hostage to Florent de Hainaut his sister is mentioned as the wife of William II of Morea. Hopf, who carefully studied the documents relating to the despots, shows in Chroniques gr. rom. p. 529 that the Chronicle is unreliable A short extract from in all that concerns the despots of Epirus.
:

Hopf s genealogical table will rectify the errors of the Chronicle better than any further explanation. The despots descend from John 'Comnenos,' governor of Epirus and Thessaly, the grandson of the emperor Alexios II. Three of his sons succeed in the government of the despotate
:

I.

II.

III.

Michael I, despot 1204 1214. Theodoros I, despot 12 14 1230. Manuel, emperor of Salonica 1230

1240, and despot


:

till

1237.

Then
IV.

follows the son of Michael

V.

Michael II, despot 1237 1271 his children are Nicephoros I, despot 1271 1296. Helena, married to king Manfred of Sicily. Anna Angela Comnena, wife of William II of Morea. John I, a natural son, who assumes the titles of sevastocrator of Great Wallachia and duke of Neopatras 127 1 The 1295. names of his other children can here be omitted. Then
;

follows

VI.

Thomas, son of Nicephoros, despot 1296 1318. Among the children of John I are to be mentioned Helena Angela Comnena, who was married first to William I of Athens, and next to Hughes de Brienne.
:

We can

see from this table that the division of the northern

state into the despotate of Epirus

Greek and the dominion comprising Great

Wallachia occurred in 1 271, while according to the Chronicle it took place shortly after the recapture of Constantinople in 1261. In the Chronicle this division is the consequence of a quarrel between Nicephoros, aided by William II of Morea, and Theodoros,
supported by the emperor Michael Palaeologos. Thus the account of the Chronicle also rests on a false foundation. It was not fraternal dissension between the sons of Michael II, but
is

who

fictitious

TABLES OF RULERS
:

XCl

the despotate of a real war of two Greek states for supremacy Epirus and the empire of Nicaea. Furthermore, there is a confusion not only in the names of the persons, but also in the time when the events occurred. The battle in Pelagonia, in which prince William and all his knights were taken prisoners, took place in 1259. Undoubtedly the account of the Chronicle contains some historical elements, but it is only with the help of the history of Sanudo and the Byzantine historians that the real facts can be ascertained. See the account of Hopf, Encycl. I, p. 282 sq.

Greek Emperors

in Constantinople.

Isaac II Angelos, 11 85 1195. Alexios III Angelos, 11 95 1203.

Isaac II again, 1203

1204, with his son,

Alexios

Alexios IV, as co-regent. V Doukas (Mourtzouphlos), 1204.

In Nicaea Theodoros I Lascaris, 1204 1222. Joannes III Doukas Vatatzes, 1222 1254. Theodoros II Lascaris, 1254 1258. Joannes IV Lascaris, 1258 1259. Michael VIII Palaeologos, 1259 1260.

In Constantinople

Michael VIII Palaeologos, 1261 Andronicos II, 1282 1328.

1282.

Latin Emperors in Constantinople.


Baldwin
I

of Flanders, 1204

Henry

of Flanders, 1206

1205. 1216.

Peter of Courtenay, 12 17. lolanta, 1217 1219.

Robert II of Courtenay-Auxerre, 1221 1228. Baldwin II, 1228 1261. (John de Brienne, 1229 1237, regent and titular emperor; Anseau de Cayeux, 1237 1238, and Narjaud de Toucy, 1238 1240,

regents.)

Kings of Salonica.
Boniface de Montferrat, 1204 1207. He received Crete from the emperor Alexios in 1203, which in the division of the empire in 1204 he exchanged for Salonica. He was married first to Eleonor of Savoy, and next to Margaret of Hungary. He is not a brother-in-law of Philip II Augustus of France, but his kinsman. Demetrius, his son, 1207 1222, when he was dispossessed by the despot of Epirus.

XCii

TABLES OF RULERS
Bulgaria.

Joanisa (Kaloioannes), 1197

1207.

Kings of France.
Philip II Augustus, 1180

Louis VIII, 1223 1226. Louis IX, 1226 1270. Saint Louis was the arbitrator in the matter concerning the Megaskyr Guy I, whom he made duke of Athens.
Philip III, Philip IV,

1223.

1270 1285. 1285 1314.

Emperors of Germany of the House of Hohenstaufen.


Philip of Swabia, 1198
1208, married to Irene, a daughter of Isaac II Angelos and a sister of Alexios IV, whom the Chronicle erroneously mentions as a son of Isaac and the German

emperor's daughter.
(Otto IV,
Frederic
1

198

II,

121

121 anti-emperor.) 1250. In the Chronicle


5,

enemy

of the Church.

Manfred, his son, was crowned king of

he

is

mentioned as an

Palermo 1258 and was defeated by Charles of Anjou where he lost his life. Manfred was married to Helena, a sister of Nicephoros I, despot of Epirus she was his second wife. Conrad IV, 1250 1254. Conradino of Swabia, son of Conrad, invited by the Ghibelline party in Italy, passed the Alps with a considerable army and was defeated in the battle of Tagliacozzo (Scurcola) by Charles of Anjou, and beheaded in Naples
Sicily in
in the battle of Benevento,
;

1268.

Popes.

Celestine IV, 1241. Innocent IV, 1243 '254.

Innocent III, 1198 1216. Honorius III, 1216 1227. Gregory IX, 1227 1241.

Alexander IV, 1254

1261. 1264. Clement IV, 1265 1268.


Urban IV,
1261

Gregory X,

271 1276.

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31 ^KKavaev
rris <f>pdvT^as

eh iravTa,
32, 39, 41 eiSiJi

27 ev-^aXovv

\r)iripav

&'jri(r07]\V

48 rbv 42 evydXovaiu 40 dfxiravTei ^payKuv erased, and another hand corrects pcafiaicjv. The cod. Bernensis keeps <ppayKwv

34 (TTov prfryav 39 rbv iwrea fxarov

rat

35 aider&jav

36

diro-

TA XPONIKA
em'cTevpAN toy BaciAccoc Toyc Aoroyc
ki

comocan Toyc.

f.

i'

Ol <t>pArKOI enCOMOCACIN, TON OpKON CKpATHCAN,


enfipAN THN 'AngtoAhn, ton TOnON eKepAi'cAN,
60 eyOecoc ton hapaAookan 'AAelH toy Batatzh,

eNco HTON TOTe BACiAeYC thc Pcomani'ac, ce Aeroo.


Ki

A(t)6T0Y

enApAAABe ta KACTpn

kai

tac

){(jdpd,c,

BoyAHN ennpe AoAepHN mcta Toyc apxontac toy,


to nOJC NA efpOYN ACt)OpMHN KAI na>C NA AHOMeiNOYN
65 K TO TAl6?Al

thc ZypiAC,

KAI

NA MHN KINTyNeyOYN.

'Entayta eNoc)0H d BACiAeyc mgta Toyc npirKiiTAToyc,


TOyC Ke(J)AAAAeC
ki

ApXHrOyC toy Ct)pArKIKOY (t)0YCCAT0Y,


""ApyoNTec, AAeA(t)oi moy,
eyxApicTco, AeyTepo cac omoi'coc,
k'

AeroNTAC OYTcoc npdc aytoyc*


"TTpoc)TA TON
70

GeoN

"dnoY Me eBoH0HCATe

eceBH cto iroNiKo Moy.

"*Etoyto cac nApeKAAoo, nanai mg thn BoyAHN cac,

"NA MHNA MOY Acbc6T TSpMCNO n' AHOMeiNOO, "ta KACTpH onoy KepAecAMe na taxoo cooTApxicei,

"nA
75 " KAI

dpeCOCOi TA (t)OyCCATA MOy, NApGoyCI MeTA MENA,


OYTCOC N

OpMHCCO NApXOOMAI ENOa

KAI

NA CAC efpOi."

*EniCTvpAN TO Adro Toy

ki 'c

AnexAipeTicAN ton*
'AnTIOXGIAN H A9AN
ki
'

THN 'ApMeNIAN SAieBHCAN,


KAI

d BACiAeyc AneMeiNe AoinoN

Aneprcoce Toyc.

80

'EAc c(t)AAMA onoy enoiKe d BACiAeyc eKe?NOc*

TOY KOCMoy oAoy

01

AnANTec eKATHrdpncAN ton.


f.

Ol ^pAfKoi r^p ahhAGacin Mexpic 'AntioIxgian"


85

1*

nOAAA eKAKOHABHCAN

'c

OTe NAN THN InApOYN.

Kai A(l)dToy r^p ennpACi thc 'Antioxgiac

thn noAiN,

eKeice eiexeiMACAN Mexpi TdN maption mhna*


KI

AncKeiGeN eceBncAN ta Mepn thc ZypiAC,

KOypceyONTA, KepAl'zONTA TA KACTpH KAI TAC


57 ivlffTv<rav 65 Klw8Lvi\povv

X^P^C
trap.

f.

2'

6fio<r4

rovs 60 rd 59 (Tt^v dperoXi^v 67 fi6\ovi Toin Kal <pa\ddes apxvyovs

61

<roi

iyo
tovs

77

r.

\.

84 dirifKffxuT'qv On i. 1" 2 crosses and 85 aorai vav t7)v iirdpovv implements pertaining to the Crucifixion then the text is again repeated on f. a' but from there every verse begins with a new line
;

TOY MOPEQZ
P eir'KTT^av tov Paart\e(o<; tov^; \6yov<; kl oo/jLocrdv tov. Ol ^pajKOi,, direlv wfjuoG-acriv, tov<; 6pKov<i e^ao-rd^av' TTEpvovv eh TTjv ^AvaToXijv, TOV TOTTov iKpBicrav,
60 VTV^ TOV iirapdhonKav ^AXe^iov tov IBaTaT^rjv,

f
f.

1 1

"^

ii

OTTOV '^Tov TOTCf; ^aaiXeuf;


'ETretv

oXtj^;

Trj<;

Fovfiavia^;.

yap iirapaXaPev
d^opjjbTj,

to,

Kda-Tprj koI

Th

%ft)j0e9,

^ovXrjv iirripev BoXeprj


TO
65
/c

fjueTa tov<;

dpxovTh
vd
fir)

tov,
neivei

7rcw9

vd vpovv
TTjf;

Kal

Troo^i

e')(pvv

TO Ta^elSc

^vpia^, Kal vd

KiVTvve'^ovv.

'EvTavTa

evaydrj

6 ^aaL\v<; jjueTa tov<^ TrptyfaTrdBef;,

T0v<i K6(j)a\d86<i KL dp')(r]yov(;

tov ^pdyKiKOV ^ovcrcrdTOV,

Kal elirev ovtco^;


" TlpooTO TOV

tt/oo?

avTov^, TavTa tov(; avvTV')(^aiveL'


iad<; opjoiw^,
/jlov.

%e6v ev^apLcrTM, SevTcpo


k
i^irrjpa

70 " oirov fie i^orjOrjacTe

to yovcKo
fjue

"'Ei/ T0VT(p ad<; irapaKaXw,


" hoTe "
/jb

vd evat

^ovXtj aa^,

75

vd /jllvco, Td eKephiaeTe, vd ra e;^ft) aiTap'X^iaei, " vd opOcoao) Td <f>ovcra-dTa /jlov, vd iXdovat fJUST ifjuiva' " VTv<; vd opfJirjo-co, vd ep^cofiac evOa Kal vd a<d<;> evpco."
firjvav Tepfievo 6it(d<; htd

Ta

KdcTTpr),

f.

iii'

01 ^pnyKoc w9
iTTLCTTeyfrav

')(pL(rTcavol

BoXov ovk iaKOirrjaaVy


dirrfxOov'

tov Xoyov tov koI drro^aLpeTOV tov'

TTjv ^Kpfxeviav imepao-av,

ek A^vTio^elav
^

KL 6 ^aoTLXev^ aTrifjueLvev, d'Trep<y(o>aev tov<; 80 TOV opKOV OTTOV (ofjuoacv 6(r<f)aX6, iTraTrjcri tov,

^pdyKOV^,

Kal OVK dirrjXOev

/jlt

avTov<i Kad(b<; toi)? el^^e ofiocreL.


eKelvo^i'
TLCisiTrijpav
ol

"ESe
r\'

(rcfyaXfia,

to eiroLKev 6 fiaaLXev^
'' '

OXOL TOV KOdflOV ol dvOpOJTTOL TOV eKaTT^yOpTjaaV.

Ul ^payKOL, OTav aTryXuacTLV


85

rfS

'

'^ /3

'

et9 ttjv

'A

'

AvTio-^eiav,

rrjv

^pdyKOl 'Avno-

TToXXd eKaK07rd6r)(rav

60)9

vd
'

ttjv eirdpovv.

X^^"*

'A^OTOU yap
K6L

r)7rr)pa(TLV Trj<;

AvTLO')(La<; ttjv ttoXlv,


fjbrjva'

i^')(^6L/JLd(ra(rLV

/JLexpt

tov fjudpTLOV
fieprj
Trj<;

K eKcldev e^e^rjKacrLV Td

Xvpla^;,

KovpaevovTa, KcpSi^ovTa Td Kdo-Tprj Kal re? %wpe9*

57 iir-^adevaav
TTi]U6\J/ovv

58 dirlw

75 eidijs

Kcd yas

60
evpuj

e^^iJs
"j-j

64 evpow
iirijadevaav

65

TA XPONIKA
enoiKAN Me to eGNOC toon BApBA'pcoN,
KAecbc TO HYpAMCN AenTCOc erpActJOY eic to BiBAi'on

T noAAoYC noAeMoyc
91

THC KoYKOyeCTAC, ndriNTON ETOTe CThN lypiAN. AyTA tap TA CYNOnTIKA CC rpA(t)00 NAN TA MA0HC,
AlATI

CnOYAAZO) NA CTpA(})a)

eic

THN A(t)HrHCH MOY.

95

*A<t)dTOY

TAP eceBHCAN k enHfAN cth ZyPIa,

KeI CTA fepocoAYMA eAiABHCAN oAopeA*

THN

x^P^'^N

enoAeMHCAN, eceBHCAN Anecco.


eic

Ki A(t)6NT0Y AneccocAciN

toy KypiOY ton

TA(t)o,

AdiAN KAI YMNON eAOOCAN npOC nOIHThJN TOY KOCMOY*


100

BoyAhn ennpAN

01

Apxnroi to hoion na noicoYN pHfA*


AoIa.

noAY ecYNepizoNTHCAN, enei elyAN MerAAn


Oi Ae oAoi
01

(|)pdNiMoi

kai to koino MeT* aytoyc

TON KONTe
AlATI

<t>p6H

NT TToyAHA CfAelAN AlA pHfA,


eiC

HTON (t)pONIMcbTepOC, CNApCTOC

OAOYC*
Trj<;

H
106

<d<j)ivTr)>v rov eTroUaa-iv Kal prjyav

^vpla^.

f-

4'

<'E/cet>t'o<?> 'yap,

(J>p6vi/JL0<;,

rrjv

d^evrlav iB<x>TV'

<t6

aT>e/jLiJia

yap to

')(^pvai,vov

ovBev to i7rapaB6)(rr}

a-TTjv Kec^aXrjv

rov ku/m ttoo-w? va to

<to>v e^ovv ^aXec,


clkclvOlvov to aTefifia,
fie

\eya<;'

Ovk

tjtov a^io^,

ovhe V7rpe7r<op> V7rrip<'xe>,


fie

no

eKel 'Sirov icTTe'^av tov

^pcaTOV

vd aTeyjrovcnv dfiapToyXov dvdpcoirov

'^pvaiov.
rj

'A^OTOu yap eirXaTwev tmv ^payKcov


t<9> TO pTjyaTo
Trj<;

d<(f)VTLa>

Su/ota?, KaOoD^ ae to d(l>7jyov/Jbatf

<ovSV> ihid^atvav
115

iroaS)^ irevTC

rj

SixKa
^

%>/90j/ot,

<K> TO p7)ydT0 T179 ^pcuyKia^, diro Trjv Ay <\>r)Tep<pav>, Ki diro Ta aXka CTepa r?)? Ava(o<; ra prj<ydTa>,
o<roi

dyairovaav tov l^piaTov k evcre^ecav e7ro<6ov(r>av,


Trepda-QXTLV Xao9, TrXijOo'i ^Ta>')(o\

vd

firj

<Kal

7rX>ov(Tioi,

69 TTJv

Svpiav direpxovTai eh tov ^pia-Tov tov Td<(f>ov>'


KovKoiL/o<TTai
<r<bcrr]v

Cod.

92

i/xfpwv rod &ir^

93 loo eTijpc
io8

vafx

rk

95 a^ouTOi;

98 Koi
102 SXXot

roi iroXXoi iavvep.

Cod.
aivv

H
1

107 iirapaMKTi
1

els

r^v

K<p.

in

avov

114

^5t<-

7 x**

Cod.

105 d0^'T7;

106

<t>pov.

id^Krri

107 t6 cr. rd
oi>K

xP'/o-^'' AXoittoi/

5.

irapd d^KTT)

108

k6,p

wojos va tov to

109 X^yovras

ive

irpeirbv ijirdpxv

no
TO.

TOV

a-Ti\f/av avKddULo ar.

114 edid^rj Kal


.3'"

ns

eyXrjT^pa

116 t^s
"h^

(povadra

117 ivodovaav

n8

omitted

119 dwix'^^^^-

"^^^ f^^

TOY MOPEQS
P
91

TToXXou?

7ro\/jLov<;

7roLKa

/jL

to edvo^i twv ^ap^dpcov,

KadcD^i yypd<j)(o<; Tjvpa/juev XeTrro)? eZ?


tt}?

to Bc^Xlo

J^oir/KeaTa^, oirov eyivev T6T6<i o-ttjv Svpiav.

Kal
95

TttVTa

yap

avvoirTLKci

ae

ypd(j)(o

vd

jxavOdvrjfii

f-

112'" 11

hiaTi (TTrovSd^Q) vd o-Tpacfxlo

ek

ttjv dcfy^yrjcriv fiov.

^A^OTOV ydp cre^7)aav direaay aTTjv Svplav, t9 Ta 'lepoaoXvaa iBte^rjo-av okopOa'


TTjv %ft)/3av 7roXfi7]aav,
'ETretz^

IIws

ol

eaeprjcrav airecrco.
ct9

rjirijpa

rh

ynp direa-ooaaaiv
vfjLVov

tov X.pi(TT0v tov


ttoltjttjv

Td(f>ov,

^^po<^o-

Bo^av KoX
100

eBcjKav tov

kol ifKdaTiqv'

^ovXyv

iirrjpav ol dp^rjyol ttolov

vd iroia-ovv prjyaV

TToXv eavvepi^ovTav, St

ov el^av fieydXr^v Bo^av.


/jL6t

01
Bt
105

Be oXot ol (fypovc/JbcoTepot Kal to kolvo

auT0v<;

TOV KoTv(f)p(tivev VT6 MttovXlov iyXe^av Bid prjyav,


ov rjTov
(j>povt/Jbc6Tepo<;,

ivdp6T0<; et? 6Xov<i'


T'^)9

d(f)VTrf

TOV eiroLKaaLV Kal prjyav


ydp,
0)9
<pp6vL/jL0'i,

Svpla<;.

'E/ceii'o?

ttjv a<^evTLav iBe^Trj'

TO ydp TO

<TT/jU/jLa

TO

')(^pvao

ovBev to iirapaBexTf)

eU TO
Xeycov

K<f)dXtv
"

TOV
elfjuai,

TTocrco?

vd TOV TO e^ovv pdXet,


evirpcTrov VTrdp^ei,
jjue

OvK

af to9 ovt

no

" e/cet OTTOV ia-Te'\\rav

tov ^pia-TOv

d/cdvBcvo (TTe^dvt,
/juk

"

vd (TTe^jrovaiV djxapTwiXbv avOpcoirov

')(^pv(TLOv."
r}

f.

112^1

d(f>ov ydp eirXdTvvev tmv ^pdyKcov ek TO pTjyaTOV t^9 Svpia^;, KaOdpia ae to

Kal

d(j)evTLa

Xiyo),

ovBev eBie^TjKav
115
e/c

iroacof! irevTe

rj

BeKa ^povoc,
ttjv

TO pjjyaTov t^9 ^pay/ta<;, aVe

^KKKXijTepav,

KL diro

Ta dXXa Tpa

Ti]<;

Avaeoxi Ta prjyaTa,
el'^^av,

oaoL dyairovcrav tov HpicTTov Kal evae^eiav


iroXXol iirepvovaav, v7rdyacvav,7rX'f]6o<;,

(f)Tco'^oi,

'rrXovatoi,
Tdcjiov'

ek

TTJV

Xvpiav direp'XpvTav ek tov

'K.pto-Tov

tov

91 iypd^ws

92 KolwYY^ffTas
prefer 8iov
{

loi ToXrj-^-qov t^x"-

Perhaps

/3/ou

etxa? but

= 81
cod.

ov)

which occurs again three


103 re fnrov\iov
einrpeiro

lines

below and
106 id^x^V
iadixpav

agrees with
107 adifia

iirel

of the

109 Doubtful whether iK- or

no

117

xP'-<^^^v

'

lo

TA XPONIKA
av^afieXoL vira/^alvao'Lv CKei k iKaToiK<ova>av,
TTpocTKVvrjfjLa,

HI <ol fip> Sea TO


fl6V(0V,>

Kol

aWoL

hia rrjv <B>6^av.

Tlape\6ov(T<(t)>v yap

tcov %povwz/

cKarov

7r<X'r)pci)'

d<l}6Tov iyeverov eKelvo to 7ra(r<rdT^o,

TO T09 t6t6
125

Tp')(eV

TO

CLTTO

KTiaeW^

KOa/JbOV

ef* %tXt<iSe9, Xeyco ae,

k icpTa cKaTOVTaBe^,

KOL heKae^t fwvaxovf; %/ooVoi;9 elxev to e<T09>,

<ol> KOVTOL
<Ki
opKOV

iKelvoL kvcaO'qcraVy oirep eBco 6vo/jL<d^a)>,

d>X\x)i, fieyaXoi dvdpcoTroi


i'Troi7)(Tav

evm rjaav

iic

Trj<v Av(nv>'
^-

ofiov Kal tov

aTavpov
2tVpLa<;

dirripav,

4'

130 07ra)9 6/JLOv irepdawo-LV et9

t^9

T<d>
Trj<;

fieprj,

eKelae

eh Ta

'lepoaoXv/jua,

eh tov

K.vpLov tov

'O

7r/o&>TO? rjTOV 6 TiavTOvr)f;y k6vto<; rjv


Trj<^

T<d>^ov. ^L\dvTp<a<i>
ToL'Xoufa9.

TOV BevTepov iXeyaaiv tov kovtov

Taa/jL7rdvt<a<;>'
tt}^

TOV TpLTOV yap wvofjua^av tov kovtov


135

To
ovK

he to irXrjOo^i tov

Xaov Kal
Bid

tojv ^Xafiovpapicov,

oirov rjaaatv
yfjLTTOpoo

eh
vd

ttjv

^ovXrjv Kal eh to Ta^elBi eKelvOy


Trjv TToXvypacpiav.

TOv(; eliTM

^ovXrjv aTrrjpao-cv ofiov ol K(j)aXdBe<; oXol

TO irolov vd
140

TToirjcrovv K(f>aXr}v dirdvo) eh Td <j>ov<TcrdTa, <^^v> TOVT(pd7roBcaXe^a<7iv TOV KOVTOV Trj(;Taa/jL7r<dvia<;>i <Bi,>aTl rjTov evTpOTTMTepOf; k eh t dpfxaTa eiriBe^coi;'

<iKet>vo<; tjtov veovTaiKo^, xP^^^^ elKocmrevTe' Kal Bid TTjv irapaKaXeatv oXwv tmv Ke<f>aXdB(Dv

TO
145

6<l><f}lKi,ov

eirapdXa^e,

fie

irpoOv^iav to

eirrjpe.

'Ei/raOra dirrjpaa-iv PovXrjv o<tl> vd direXOova-iVj

KaTd eh eh tov tottov tov Bid vd olKovo/jLr}6ov<ri' eh TOV ep^ofievov KaipoVf eh to e/Jbira tov dirpiXioVy dfi^OTepOL vd ea-fil^ovcTCv, eh ttjv Xvplav v direXOovv. Ki dipoTov d'n'excopi(TTr)<Tav, <rT0U9 Toirovf; tov<; dirrfXOav*
o
150

ovBev iBcdfirja-av
135 r6 5e

irocrS)^ Kaveva<i fJLrjva<;,


ttX.

Bvo,
147 dirpt^

i5 ixriKis

137 vwopu

145 ivravOa

Cod.
iyivTov

iraadvT^bi
T)

120 iirriyivactw

121 omitted
irp. dird
rrjv] KTTfi

122 irapeXdovaov

123

d. yd.p
5. /cai

124 rdre

125 Kal eirrd

126 Kal

i^

12'j iroii

KdPTti

128 iK

i2g

iirifaave

rbv
rrji

arpit}

ivLpav

132 /SaXvToO/STjj 6 KbvTcs

133 Kbvre

134 Kbvro

VToOXoiJrfaj

TOY MOPEQZ
P
121

11

crv<f>afikoL

VTrayalvacTiv eKel k eKaroiKovdav,


Trpoa/cvvrjfjLa,

ol fxev

hia TO

ol he ht,a rrjv Bo^av.

TlapeXOova-MV tmv yap

')(pov(au

CKarov

TrXijpw/jLevmVy

d^ovTov yap iyiveTOv


TO
125

i/celvo

to TraacraT^io,

TO<i

TOTe

Tp')(^eV

dlTO KTLO-e(0<; KOC/JLOV

6^1 '^iXidSe^;, Xiyco ae,

k k^Ta CKaTOVTaSe^;,
ov')(l

Kal Se/cae^ ivcavTOv^iy t6<tov Kal


ol

irXeov,

KOVTOi eKelvoL evooOrjcrav, oirep iSco ovofia^co,

KL

aXKoi

fjueyaXoL dvdpayiroL oirovcrav 6k

Trjv

Avaiv'

f.

112M1

opfcov (tifjuoaaaiv ofiov Kal tov


130
OTTft)?

aTavpov

iirTJpav,
/jueprj,

OfjLOV

TTepda-ovaiv

eh t^9
el^

Xvpiat; to,

eKel 6t9

Ta 'lepoaoXvfia,

tov Kvplou tov Ta^ov.

n^wTO?

TjTov 6 TiavTOvri<^,

6 k6vto<; tt)? ^iXdvTpia<;,


Trj<i

TOV hevTepov eXeyaaiv tov kovtov

T(Ta/jL7rdvia<;,

TOV TpiTOv yap wvofia^av tov kovtov


135

ttj^

TovXov^a<;.

To
ovK

Be TO TrXrjOof; tov

Xaov Kal tmv


Bid
Tiqv

(f)Xa/jL7rovpLdpcov,

y/jLTTopco

vd TO

eiTTCo
o/ulov

TToXvypa^lav.
oXot
IIcos ?7rot-

^ovXr)v eirripaaiv
TTolov
140

ol Ke(j)aXd8e<;

va TTOicrovv

Ke(f)aXr)v dTrdvo)

aTa (povaaaTa.
T(Ta/jb7rdvia<^,

'Ev TOVTOi diroStdXe^av tov kovto t^?


SiutI TjTov evirpeireaTaTO'^, et? t

dp/juaTa eVtSefto?.

Kav Tbv k6vT TTJS


To'a/jLirdvias

"Avdpo)7ro<; '^tov veovTaiKO^;, )(povMV eiKocTLTrevTe'

KaireT&VLov
(TTO. <p0V<T-

Kal Bid irapaKdXecTLV 6Xo)v tcjv Ke^aXdBcov, TO


145

ocfKJiLKtov

eirapdXape,

aara.
fie

TrpoOv/jLiav to eTrrjpev.

^^VTavTa eir-qpaaiv
o KaOel^
el<;

fiovXrjv otl
\

vd direXOovo-iv,
f.

tov tottov tov


Kaipov,

vd olKovofirjOovcriv'
e/juTra

US'-

eh TOV Kt
150

ip')(^6/jLvov

eh to
v

tov dTrpiXlov,
cTTrjv

afjb^OTepOL

vd

ea/juL^ovo-cv,

direXdovv

^vpiav.

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385

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379

368 tA] va 384

370 dv^v
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371

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379
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385

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381

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388 x

28

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454, 458 Bids


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464

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471
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472 vd

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480 iiavTaTo^6pov<; wpSaxre Kai


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485

eh

tov<; irekeypivovf;,
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f.

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490

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diroOdvaatv eh tov ^piaTov rov

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495

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500

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f.

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505

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Tr}<;

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481 ivravda
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484 wapevdvs
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487 Udvov

494

497

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498 SXKw

491 eh aUrov 504 upurav

Cod.

479

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480

ix.

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481 tw

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482 av\6.xn
TiydiroXrj

484 ypdcpovv 490 Kal vav


tui>

485 Kal yapdevdXe

487 pa (piaovv TO ra^oidi rovs

eK-qvov tt]s aovplas

488 va

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486 irapeKoK. (rrrju yyoarav492 vdxovv

dpovidaow

491 avo&dvovpe

TOY MOPEQS
P
480
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35
et?

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rov eypayjrev dxrav ae Xeyo) ivravTa.


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ra iroWa koI va ^apSi to vov

<tov

'O
485

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yapStvdXeov direcrTeiXev, XeyaTOV top iiroiKev*

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OTLy

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490 (TTOV Opovov TOV ^ao-iXifcov

vd TOV e^ovv dpovidaeL,


d/juapTie^ tov^,

oaoL drreOdvovv et? avTO eKelvo to ra^etSt,

vd e^ovcTiv av/JLTrdOeoov dnro

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Td(f)ov.

495

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6 \eydT0<i,

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11

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500

'Ac^w ydp direawcrao-LV


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tov Udrrra.

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tov<; i(TvvTV')(e iKtvo<; 6 XeyaTOf;,

tov Tldira Ta TrpoaTay/jbUTa wpc<r6 kc dvayvcoaav.


505

AeiTTOfiepM^ Tov^ eSetfe tov Bpo/uiov r^? HoXeov,


7rci)9

vi SiacpopLKOf; TrXiov irapd tt}? XvpLa<;'


')(^pLaTiavov<i

eVet VL 8td KaXiTepov tou?


481 XevTiifiepos

vd /3dXovv
488
501
(TtUju

484 irapevdvs
492
airo t^s
5p6vfj.ov

486

avi<rdr]\eu

490 rbv dpbvov


505
XeTTTd/j-epoi

rbp

493 airodp-qaKaalw 506 8ia(popi.K6v

5id\a\a/ji,6s

ariv/xirddrjo

496

o5e<re e^.

493 500

eis

tov kv^

494
505

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<re

X.

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501 iytwe tov


ttoXt^ov

502 vd a-upevdov va

ffdaovaiv

503 and 504 omitted

506 ^vai

7r\e6 TaptaipLas

507 ive

56

TA XPONIKA
t<r

laiaa-fxov

kol

ofioiorrjTa,

rov^

^pdyxov^
fcafifjuia^

fxe

rov^

irapa va vird'yovu arrjv ^vpia avev


510

iXirlSof;.

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eh rd (jjovaadra, direkOovv e'/cet gtov dytoi* rdcfyov


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Tr]v

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arpdrav

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515

htd Tov XeyaTov rrjv SiSa'^'^v, 8id

rrjv V)(rju
el<i

rov IlaTra,
rrjp lioXtv.

iireaav ol aXkot, et? ope^tv vd direkOovv

'O BovKa<; ydp


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avrov,
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f.

15'

elirav

k io-v/jL^ovXevrrjaav vd virdovv kl avrol aTrjv

520 d(f>iv el'^^av


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rd

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ra irepda tov^'
oirlaco,

dv i^OeXav vd aTpa^ovv arrjv ^everiav


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rrj<;

w?
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eh tovto
Trj<;

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525

dyKorarov Udira,
Bei/eria?,

Kal hevrepov Bid rrjv

rcfirjv 0X779

vd virdovv kl avrol

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Kaf. diporov icrvfi^ i^darrrja-av ol d-navre<; rov (f>ovcr(Tdrov, diro rrjv

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535

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516

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520

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524

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533 ws Apfievoi

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513

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519 carj^ovk.

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37
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510 II oXXa irapa'X^evTTjo-av TLve<i et? to

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525

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530 01

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ol HeveTLKOL

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523

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524

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527

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533

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528
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529

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532 vh
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530

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534

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535 t6 fiddo

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38

TA XPONIKA
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545

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555

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6

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560

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565

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Kal tov ^lov,


552 inrbpeaev

542

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551 dX^f7;s

555 OTTOV

556

561 67

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536 rov \7}fMi6va rh Kapd^rja


545 avdvo

537 ovbv yvpo

ttjs

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539 epxomitted

p.^<ra arrjv yrjv

544

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546 elruve
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549
552

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540

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545

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vd (Sapeieaai

ol ^everiKot eo-effrjaav irpwrov arrrfv YVoXr] direa-w,


550

Kai iiridaTr] diro (TTraOiov, ooadv ae to d^rjyov/iaL

AvTO^
e^vyev,

'AXefto? 6 kuko^ kl aTrtcrro? ffaacXa<i


C09 7]fiir6peav,

irepva 6t9 to ^KovTapi,

^1607} arrjv ^AvaToXtjv, i^effijv eK ttjv TLoXlv.


Et'Ti)9 T<2 dp')(^0VT6'iT0vXa

Td Tjaav

Tr]<;

UoXeov,
iae^rjaav aTrjv

555

TO Ihovv TO

TrXrjOof;

twv ^payKouv

irov

HoXtv,

yovpyov eKaTaXd^aaiv aTrjv ^vXaKrjv oirov


Kelvo^

tjtov

ydp

6 ^a(TLX6v<^

Kvp

XdK7)<; 6

Ba.TaTa-779'

ra
560

(TiSepa tov i^rj^aXav,

eh to iraXaTL dTrrjXdev
ovtco<;
\

(TTOv
Ofc

Opovov TOV i/cddiaav,

tv^X6<;

0)9

^tov.

f.

iip'ii

^pdyKOL ydp

co?

efiaSov irepl tov ^ao-LXeco<;,

XaXovcTiv TOV
/jLTa

/jLiaep T^6(f)p6,

tov 7rp(OTO<TV/jb0ovX6v

tov<;,

T0U9 dXXov<; dp')(ovT <<;>, evy6ViKov<^ dvdp(07rov<;'

X7rTc39 T0U9 iirapdyyeuXev (ttov

^aatXeav

dirrjXOaVy

va eirapova-LV koX
565

/xct

avToov ^AXe^cov tov vlov


TTjv

tov

va TOV (TvvTV'^ovv

(j>p6vt/jLa

irpd^Lv Ka\ tov 0lov,


552 iirdpeaev
554 evdus

539 ^PXW'^a 563 dir-^\day


(ppavfKb
o-iXciJs

543 epijKTav

564 avrov
(ttt]v

Tt)

eai^Tiaav

ndXiu

f.

lo'

556 yovpyb

(pvXaKel
fxrja^p r^.

557

/3a-

558 |i7^aXa
562

559 tov tov Kadrjaau


fiT uiJTOu Kul

561

tov irpbTO

TTjs

Pov\t]s TOV

dXovs &pxovTS

563 eirapdyKoCkav

564 vd irdpovv

'

40

TA XPONIKA
T9
civ
(TVfjL(f>(OVl';

OTTOV 7rOLKV 6 f/o9 TOV

//-

TOV TluTraV,
f.

apeaovv rov koI OeXei va re? o-rep^r). S7roi;Sai6)9 airrjXdav e/9 avrov eKeluoi ol diroKpiO'dpoL'
evi

on

i6'

rjvpav iKt rov ^aaikea, arov Opovov eicaOeroV


570 TLfl'qriKa TOV ')(^atpTOVV CLTTO TOl)? K<f)a\dS<i

Xeirrm rov
&i/

a<^7)yrj67]aav re?
vlo<;

av/jL<l>(ovL6<i

Kelv6^,

OTTOV eiroiKev 6

avrov fiera rov Yidira Pw/i7}<;'

dyaTTo, KL opiyerai vd re?


6 fiacn\v<;

exy

(rrepeoiaet.

^Evravra ydp
575
"

Kvp

^dfcrj^ 6 BaTarcr?;?

^povLjxa direKpidrfKev, w? ^aaiXev^; oirov '^rov


"Ap^oi/re?, (j)ikoi Ki d8e\<l)ol, oaov iTTolrjare 6
vl6<i fioVj

" Ki 6 aSeX</)09 fiov fier


" iyo)

avrov, 6

pi]ya<;

rrj<i

^AXafidvia^y
i/ceivovs'

TO Oekay ki dyairoj, aripyco ro


Trpoa-rdy/juara,

jjuer

" TTOiijaare

iya)

vd rd ^ovWwaco."
eicelvef;,

580

*A^oTou ydp iylvqaav


irepiiarr^o-av ol

ol crvfJL^a)vU<i

dpxvjol tov (jypdyKLKOV ^ovaa-droVy


rov Katpov,
i/cel

Bid TO rjrov

e/jbira

/cal

iae^atve 6

')(^ei/Jirova<;,
f.

vd i^e^^i'P'daovacp

eh

tt}?

II oXeco? rr)v ^wpai/*


efiTra

17'

K eh rov ip^op^evov Kacpov, eh ro


585

rov fiaprioVy

vd

e')(ovv

Kivrjaei evop^ov p,era rov ^acrtXea,

K eh

TT}v

Ivplav vd direXBovv Kara


^ovXrj<; Kal opiap^ov

rh

a-vp^tjxovie^ tou9.

Mera

KVp XaKi) rov Bardrarj

eare'^aatv Sid fiacriXeav 'AXe^cov rov vlov rov.


'Ei^ rovro)

ecTvp^^ovXevrrjaav fierd rov fiaariXea.


ia-re-sjraa-cv
'

590 'A(f>6Tov

ydp

AXe^vov rov vlov rov


rrj<;

Bid

dcfiii'rrjv

Kal ^aacXea oXt)^


'rroarco'i

Vcap.avla'i,

ovhev eirepaa-e
KaO(o<;

eVa?

/jLrjva<;

aay^dro^;

evpiaKerai diro

dp')(rj<;

ro yevo^ rwv VwfjLaiwv


p,eydXe<i

eh
595

BoXiorrjra iroXXrjv k

eh

d'iri(jrie<^

Tti/e9 aTTO

Toi;9 dp')(^ovrt(i, rov<; Trpcorovf; Tr}9 TioXeov,

dirrjXdav

Kal Xeyovcrv ovrax;


574 hravda

eh rov ^aaiXea 'AXe^iov rov BardrarjVj 7r/309 avrov " Aea-TTora, ^aaiXea,
581 ivpU<rTy}aav

Cod.

566

birbTrt.a

567 avivc

orl dp^ar] rbv Kal 6i\r)


vd.

vavrk ar.

570 avo
574
iKbhov

rijs k.

572

oirdTriKev

573 dv ayairas Kal op^yerai


577 fieravrbp piiya^
Birep ^ffTTjffav
tj

res earepedaei

<rdKtos

579

iretijo-erat

575 oirovTOv 581

rrjs

578 rb omitted
SeiariJ

apx.

582

Kal (T^/Sevc

'

TOY MOPEQZ
P
re? avfi^a)vL<i oirov iiroiKev

41

av v

<6> vl6<; tov fie rov Hdira, apeaovv rov koI OeXet va to cnep^rf. ^TTOvhaico^ aTrrjXdav 6t9 avrov 01 diroKpLaidpoi'

on

rjvpav eKel rov ^aaiXeav,

eh Opovov eKaOerov

570 TL/JL7)<TtKd> TOV '^aipCTOVV dlTO T0V<; AC<^aXa369*


X7rT(o<;

TOV
vl6<;

d<j)7)y7]0r)Kav T69 crvjjbcfxovie^ oXe?,

oirov 6

tov eiroiKev fxeTa tov Hdira

P(i)fir)<;'

av dyaira kl opeyeTai vd re? iaTepewarj.


^EiVTavTa avT6<; 6 ^aaiKev<^ KVp
575
(l>p6vi,fjLa

^dicri<i

6 BararcTTy?
f.

d7rKpiOr)K6,

tw9

^aaL\v<; ottov rjTOV


eiroLKev 6
^

119^1

""Ap'x^ovT<;, (f)L\oi KL dhe\<^oi, to


" Kt

vl6<^

fiov

<6>

dh\(f>6<^ fMOV /JL6T

avTOv, 6 pT]^ T179 A\a/j,dvia<i,


jjugt

"

67ft)

TO 6i\(o KL dyanrS) crTepyco to

eKelvov^

" TTOLcreTe

Ta TrpoaTajfjuaTa k

iyoi)

vd ra ^ovWooaa)."

580

*A<f)6vT0u

yap iyLvrjaav

ol avficf^covLe^; 6KeLV<;,

icTTrjcrao-Lv ol dp')(rj<yoL

tov <f)pdyKLKOV ^ovaadTov,


'X^et/uLMva'^,
')((i)pa'

Sta TO fi7ra tov KaLpov ttov io-i^rjv 6

vd ^e')(eLixdo-ovaLv eKel
K
585

'9

Trj<i

116X60)9 ttjv
ep^ira

eh TOV
TTJV

p')(^6p,evov

Kaipov,

eh to

tov fiapTLOv,

vd e^ovv KivrjaeL evofiov fxeTa tov ^aatXeav^

eh

Xvplav

dire\Qovv KaTd Tt9

(TVfKJxovLe'i.

Mera
'Ei/

^ovXr]<; Koi opLafxov

Kvp ^dKT) tov BaTdTo-ij


vlov tov.

ecTTe'^av SLa

paaLXev 'AXe^Lov tov

590

TovTw eav^ovXevTTjKav jjueTd tov ^acTLXea. 'AcfeoTOV ydp eaTe-^acTLV WXe^Lov tov BaTartr?;
d(f>evT'r}

T KOL ^aaiXev 0X779 t^9


pirjva^
rj

Pft)/>ta|z^ta9,

ovSev direpaae iroTe eh


KaO(b<; evpicTKeTaL dir

kol hvo

f.

119^11

dp'yrj^;

to yevo<; to)v PcofiaLCov

eh SoXLOTTjTav
595
Tfcz/e9

iroXXrjv,

eh

aTrLCTTie^ fJLeydXe<i
Trj<i

airo Tov^i dp^ovTe'^, TOv<i Trpcorov^


^

TLoXeov,

eh tov ^aaLXeav AXe^iov tov BaraTO-^, Kal Xeyouv ovtw^ irpo^ avTov " AecTTTOTa, ^aaLXea,
dirrjXdov
566
583
l^irrfKav

571 alwfKpcjv-^ais

579 irpbaddyfiaTa

580

a<p(avTOv

e/s TTJs

584

ali'fiira

586
595 tktv^s

ttjs arjvfi^ojvrjaii

588 eareicrav

590

d<l>u)TOv iaTi[i\pa(Tiv

583 vd
592

^ex77/4.

f.

10'

594

omitted

586 vd iriXdova-iv 596 air;)\dave\4^vov

tovs omitted
597 Kal X^ovv

590 oX^^t

42

TA XPONIKA
" a</>o3y iirpoa-Ta^ev 6
" TL

H
600

09 k

e;^9 rr}v ffaa-tXelav aov,

ae

i]<l>6pv, d(l)VTr) fJLa<;,

eh

rrjv

^vplav va

airekOrjf;
f.

"to
"

BLaa-Trj/jLa

eve ttoXv iScoOev (rrrjv 'ZvpCav,

17^

" ol efoSe?,

rd irXevrLKa ttoXv dekovv Kova-Tiaei'


fieyaXicorepov, TroXXa/ct? fcal 'X^aOovfiev
rrjf;

Kal

dWo

"
"

ard TriXaya
'EtoOto* ol
fjLardpoL

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OecopelS)

et? rrjv

arepeav.
elv

^pdyKOLy OTTOv

TroXXd

OeXr}-

605

"

6/JLoi(o<;

K iXa(l>pOK<f)aXoi,

on
eSco

tov<; Bo^rj^
Tt)v

Kafivovv
Kardpav,
fjia<;."

" a9 rov<; dcji^fcco/jue " KoX


r)fieh
d<;

vd virdv eh Seov

dTrofjueivcofjLev
oo<;

ard lyopiKa

'O
610

/8acrtX6U9,

veovT<TLKos fcal diraihevTo^ tov


rrjv

/c6<Tfiov,

yopyov ia-vyKare^rjKev eh

^ovXrjv

eKeivrjv.

^Inav
"*A9
"t9

"

Kat

7r(W9

vd

^77 yevel,

vd

tov<; d7ro(pX7]6ov/JLe

;"

T0i)9 d<j>t]K(OfjLe aKo/Jurj


BL0iKr)(r6<i

Kavevav

/xrjvav

irXeov
e^a-

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" KL ovTO)^

vd

evap^iav vd

701)9

excofie

XeLyfret."

Ka^ft)9 TO iavfjuPovXevrrja-av, ovrto^i kol to iirXrjpSarav.


615 ^A<f>a)V eirXrjpcoae

<o>

Katpo^^ Kavevav

firjva^;,

Svo,

el')(pv

'X,(Ji>p('fc6v

TOV Xoyta/JLOV dapptovTa vd TTpoKoyjrovv

f.

18'

T9 7r6pT<; T^9 IT oXcou eacfydXto-av kol <j>vXa^<; efidXav


Toi)9

^pdyKov<i OTTOV evpedrjcrav

vt6<;

t6t

TJ79

116X179,

eh TO airaOl tov^ e^aXav,


620

0X01^9 tov^ direKTelvav.


ol

"ESe dae^eiav irov eiroLKav

dae^eh

Vcofiaioo
dvOp(t)7rov<i,

eh

%pto-Ttai/oi)9

6p668o^ov^ kl dXrjdcvov^

OTTOV eKOTriacrav

k e^aXav tov ^aaiXeav eKeivov

625

eh TO aKa/jLvl T7j<s ^aaiXela^ ottov to el'x^ev ^j^aVet. 'O 09 ydp 6 evdTTXaxvo^, 6 hiicaLOfi eh rd ttovtu, evSoKTjaev r) ydpt] tov \eT6Te\ eh tov ^ovov eKelvov, OTi Kaveh evyevcKo^i dTTo tov<; TTXova-tov<i ^pdyKov<;,
5.

600 TO
604 620
elvai

yap

^vi

IT.

idQdev ^ws
)3a<r.

els r.

<r.

^08 w$

ws

612

blKtjves

60 r vXevdiKd 618 irbre


irXovalovi

602

AWov

619 eHoKav

daefielav Sirov

624 if<nr\ayxfos
"^

626

Cod.
601 wo
wovdopiis

599

SiM

&</>op/xl

av

600
ttjs

ttoXtJ

he

rb

d.

eUOev
608
bs

6 avplas
ol
<f).

6. (TTrjxeiai

603 ara iriXayi


\a<f>p6 koX
</>.

daXaaas

604 ToOrei
/3.

605 Kal

606 and 607 omitted

veovr-

TOY MOPEQZ
P
" d(f>S)v 6

43
jSaatXela
crov,

0609

&pL(Te

')(ei<i

rrjv

" Tc<i ere 7](f>pP, a(f)evT7] jnov, et? rrjv

^vpLa

v d7re\0r)<i

6oo "ttoXi)

" ol e^oSe?,

eV to Scdarrj/jba iSojOev arrjv SvpCav, rd TrXevri/cd ttoXv OeXovv KoarLO-ec'


fieyaXorepov, TroWd/ca vd
')(^adovfJL6v

" Kal
"

dWo

aro ireXayo rrjf; 6dXao-o-a<;, ^eXet? 6t9 ttjv arepeav. " AvTol ol ^pdy/coi, OTTOv 6(opL^, TToXXd elv deXTjfjLardpoL
605 "o/^otft)9
" a9 Toi'9
"

iXa(f)po/ce<f>aXoi, etri

rov^

^o??7,

fcd/jLvov
rrjv /cardpav,
/x,a9."
f.

d(j)7](TQ)/jb

a9 vTrdv eh rod Seov

r}/jLl<i

d<;

dirofjieivwiie eB(o crrd

yovLKd

lio""

'O ^aa-iXev^, W9 veovT(TiKO%, diraihevTO^ tov

Kocrp^ov,

yopybv eavyKare^rjKev
610 EtTraz/* "

t9 rrjv

^ovXyv

eKeivijv.
;''

Kal

7rftJ9

vd Troiawp^e vd

tov<; e^e(f)X7)6ovpbe
p^rjva

"*A9 T0U9
"

d(f)rja(op,e

oXiybv Kavevav
Kal

irXeov
rl

" Tt9 BooLKTjae^ OTTOV

^aarovv vd T69 i^oSidaovv,


et9 Xip,a,

vd eXdovv

et9 irelva

vd

p^rj e')(^ovv

vd <pdaiVf

" Kal dvap')(^La

vd

iroiacdp.e

vd

rov<^ e'xcapbe faX-et^/ret."

Ka^(W9 TO ejSovXevTTjKav,
615

ovTa)<;

Kal to eirolKav.
p,rjva<^y

et9

A(j>Q)v
el')(av

eiTXepwcre 6 Kacpof}, Kaveva<;

^vo,

TOV Xoyiapiov rpeXXbv OappwvTa vd TrpoKoyjrovv

Te9 TTopref; e(7<f>aXi(Tacnv Kal (j)vXa^e^


Tovff

i^dXav
toi'9.

^pdyKOv^

OTTOV 7]vpe6r](7av Tore vt6<; t?}9 noX7;9,

TO oTTaOl

Tov<;

e^aXav Kal eKaTeKoyjrdv


eTOTe^i ol VcdpbaloL

620

"ESe KaKO TTOv eTTOLKav

t9 'X,pL(rTiavov<; 6p06So^ov<; kl

dXif^Otvov^ dv6pcoTTOu<i,

f.

120'

11

OTTOu eKOTTiacrav TroXXd 8l

avTOV tov ^aacXea,


ttjv
el')(^ev

aTr)v

^aaiXeiav tov effaXav ottov


CO?

^daec.
TrdvTa,

O
625

0609 ydp,
rj

evaTTXa')(yr)<iy

(o<i

SiKaio^;

aTd

evBoKTjo-ev

x^PV

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OTi Ttvd<i evyevLKo^ eK tov<; ttXovo-lov; ^pdr/Kov<i


601 irXevd.

605 Kal XatppoK^^aXoi

612 t^s

8i^kv<ts

624 evairXayxi^its

625

<f>p6vovs

or <l>plvovs?

f^^Acos

609 yovpybv iarfvyKaT.


d<pifi(TO/xfv aKdfirj

610
Kepbs

'^irau tt^s

vadeKe yevrj

dTb^Xijdovfieif
omitted

611 adrods

612 rats

dlKTja-es 6.

p. ws 71a vav res ^o8id<rov

613

615

omitted

615 d^ov

615** KadCos rih carjfi^ovXaTiaav

ovTOi rb iir\i)p6<ra

616 omitted

617 7r6Xeos

620

631

44

TA XPONIKA
ovBev r)vpe6r}KV TLva^ eKel eU ttjv Il6\i aireaoDj
fiovov KoX dv6p(07roi (jyrcoxoL, TexvlT<: viroxepoi.

Td yap ^ovacrdra
630 T>79 y(cpa<^ IloXeft)?,

rSiv
ere

^payKMu

oirov earijKav dire^ta


ere

\aXw, wadv

to

d<j)7}yov/Jbai,j

f-

18^

TO aKovcrei, IBel rrjv

rapaxWi

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tov ^ovov,

Tov Bopv^ov Kal


evdico^

rd^; (jycovd^;

eKetvMV irov iaKoriavav,


Trefot ical

yopyo dpfiarddvovrai
iyivij

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to Trpdy/jua,

eindaav yap 6K
635

tov<; Vcufialov^, i^pcorrjcrav

TO

7rft)9

rj

evap^^a, rrjv iTroirjaav 01 VcoixaloL,


CTTOiKav dpTi(o<; 6t9 TOV

TTJv aTTLO-TLav OTTOv

Xaov
TO

iJ,a<;.

K' eKelvoL OTTOV to


TOV TpOTTOV
^Akovctcov

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/Cal TTjV d<j)OpfJL't]Vy

TO

6^9 TL (TICOTrOV

iTTOlfCav.

TavTa

ol

dpxvyol tov <f)pdyKiKov (jyovacrdTOv,


Trjv

640 TOv<; BeveTLKOv<;

d^yjaav

ddXaaaav (^vXaTTOvv,
TrXrjdovf;

Kal irXeZaTov eTcpov Xaov irdXe diro tt^v crTepeav


KL

aXXo9

6Te/309 Xao<i

tov

tov (jyovao-aTOv

iScjKav Td aaXiriyyia tov^, Td (fyXd/juovpa i^anrXcaaav,

rd dXdyta
645 'Atto TTJv

i')(<opi<Taaiv, ire^ol

Kal Ka^aXXdpoi...

HoXl
Kt,
'

^efi7](rav, dp^t'O'Civ

vd Kovpaevovv
ficpr}

Tot'9 T07rof9

oXa Td

n^a)^/a,

Ta

Fco/jLavia<;,
f.

H-^XP^ ^'^V^

AvBpiavoTToXiv iaSaav k eKOvpak^av

19'

TTevTC rjfjiepwv to Ka/jLvovcrtv

crpaTav

diro Trjv IloXiv.

Kt d^oTov exopTaaaaiv

Kovpao<; Kal 7rXrj6o<; KepSov,

650 iyvMficaaav Kal njvpaaiv otl el%ai/ irXeov KephiaeL

irapd Sttov clxO'V crTd Kdrepya Kal


T0i;9'

et? [2X,a]

tu irXevTiKa
WoXlv.

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oiria-co

ecrTpd^rjcrav, rjXOaariv

eh

tt)v

'AKovacDv TavTa 6 ^a(TLXv<; Kvp XdK7}(S 6 BaTaT<r;9,


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effXao-TTJ/jLrjo-ev,

(r<f)6Epa

to iXvTrrjdrjv

655 ovSev e^evpev

7roaa)<;

e/c

ttjv

^ovXrju eKeivrjv

OTTOV

e^wKav tov vlov avTov 'AXe^jf tov ^aTdTaij


632
birou
;

627 v^p407}Kv
this

645

Su!

We

expect

i<r4pri<ray,
is

but
not

does not

suit the

following lines

the capture of Constantinople

related.

651 wXevd.

656

dirov 45<j)Kv tov vlou aiiTuv


tols fji^ouas

Cod.
633

632 aKovaovra top ddpi^uv Kal


yovpyb. ^pfiardvovvTai

^<pBrji

Ka^eXdpi
to irUav

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ii'

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<f>6pad Tovs

635

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ttj

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634 ^irtacrai' aire toi>j p. ip6Ti<Tap 6^6 omitted 637 ^evpaaiirXepb-

638

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640

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641 eK

'

TOY MOPEQZ
P
airecrw ovhev evpiOij/cev air
IJbovov

45

avTOV<;

eh

rrjv YioXiv,

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630 T?}? ^(wpa^ IloXea)?, ere XaXSy, Ka6(i)<^ to a(j>7]yov/jiai,

TO aKOvaovaiv rriv rapa^^^v, rov aov/BXocrfMov rov

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(fxovd^;

avrdov oirov ecTKorcovav,

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ro irpdyfjua,
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f.

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635

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tov (f>pdy/CK0v

640 TOi)? ^eveTiKOv;

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Trjv

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ical

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a\Xo<; Tepo<i Xao?, to Tr\rjdo<i tov ^ovcra-aTov,

645

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Trap"

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kol

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f-

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120'

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/cal

eh Td irXevTiKa
ttjv

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KoX

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'129

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655

ovK 7]^evpe ov8e


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627 e^pedrjKav

641

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648

didcrdijfjt.a

649

i.(f>6v Toi)

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642 TOV trKridov 644 exopicTTjaav Ka^eXdpiv


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643 Tous omitted


645
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647 avrpiav6Tro\7f
651 irapd rrovxap

648

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649

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650

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654

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656 6ir6doKav

46

TA XPONIKA
i/cetvot

ol OeoKaraparoi, ol avofxoi Br)fir)ypT<i.


''

"ilptaev KoX eKpd^acnv


fieyaXdJ^i top drl/JLcoaev,

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665

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rov vvv vd ae icpaTovv

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to ttoI

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vd

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or

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tov vvv VojfjbaLov Tcvcq dvOpoaiTov

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koI

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685

ra (TKdvToXa,

yev^ to TrXetov,

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664

els iKcivoiis

674

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686

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662

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'

TOY MOPEQI
P avTol
ol

47

deoKardparoL, ol avofiot

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p,eyaX(o<;

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aTLfjucocrev,

rov

rov

i')^6\i,aae

rov acpoBpa,

660 Kat Xeyec ovT(o<i Trpo?


"

avrov fxera iroWwv haKpv(ov'


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vt6<;

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yLte,

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|

" 669 avTov<i

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f.

121*1

665

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"

rov vvv vd ae Kparovv ol


rov KvpLov
TiV<;
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"

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va

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fiov

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670 " dTifjU7)a<; rrjv ^aaCKelav, to yevo^; toov Vcofjbaiwv'


" 7roio<i

vd

(TTip^rj diro

tov vvv

Pco/jLalov tlvo^; dvOpoairov

;"

^Kelvo<; OK rov <j)6l3ov rov kol ok rrjve areve'^^iv rov,

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e^yaXev,

a-rrjv

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ravra Xdkel hvo


waavrcof;
680

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rov iraXariov*

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"

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vlof;

rov eiroLKev puerd rov^


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dp')(pvre<;,

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rrXeov.

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685

rd aKdvraXa, prjhev yeverai

" Eooo Kparoo rov<; diTLorov^ (rrrjv (f)vXaKyv direcrco' " Tu^XoL'9 Toi)9 ^%a), iirdpere, opiaere "
d)<;

d^ tou9 KpLvovv,
dylcov.

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rov Seov kol rdov


665
tov
dpfjiotei

657 deoKaparaTT) 669 dinadriav


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662
672 rtw

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668
dK-qx^v

ff

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673

676 eHyaXev

679

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675 eifOv^ 684 (XKovdaXa

yevrjrai

685, 687 awrfadovs

687

drjfxty^fyrai

681 8v

i}^.

684

dXi^xl/ova-ip

wX^ou

682

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TOV

iircL

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686 etrdpTe tovs

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683 apx-

^5 a3eX^oi>s KoX <f>0\ovs

687 tov omitted

48

TA XPONIKA
"*E7a) ^ap ra irpoa-rcuy^iara ottov e^ofie
dfjL<l>OTipco^,

"re?

(TV/jLclxovUf;

kl 6p>6Xoya,
TrXrjpcoacofiev

Kparw rd
t)

d<j)Lpit)/jLva'

690 " aTepyco

vd rd

avev Kavp6<; 86\ov.


at%fta\a)o-ta,

"To Kovpaov
"a9
"
"

OTTOV iiroUere koI

evL

eU

dvra/jLOc/Srjv

rov

<\)6vov

rov Xaov aa^' rov Koafiov,


</>/\ou9,

u/o? fiov

yap

veovTcrtKOf; kl diral^evTo^

TrapaKaXw aa^, ap')(ovr<i, ox? dheX(f>ov<i


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oj?

teal

695

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" aTTo "

<Ta<i vd diroddvr)*
o^a<i

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eU

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ki opbOTOvia.

ao*

" 'Efe;^t//.a<reTe kvop^ov

iBoo aTrjv

TloXtv fieaa,

700 " 6 vi6<; /jlov

"Kal eh TOV Kaipov rrjv dvoi^tv vd virdre tt)? Xvpla^* vd eXOrj fjuer iad<i /card t69 av/uL<f)(0VL6<i fjLas."
^AKOvacov ravra ol
dp')(pvTe<i

tov (jypdyKtKOv (povo-crdrov,

^ovXrjv dirrfpav
iyivTj
'Ez^

evo/juov,

laid<rT7)a-av

ek tovto'
fjbr)va<i'

dydTTT)

eh

avToif<f Kadoof; rjTOV Kal irpwTov.

TovT(p

e^e')(^tp>da-aai,v,

rfXdev 6 fidpri^f;

705

^pdyKOL ^Kovofirjdrjo-av vd OeXovv virayaivei eKelae eh to ra^elBiv tov^, eh tov Kpiarov tov Td<f)ov. 'Evravra aTrfjXOev eh avTOV<; 6 ffao-tXev^ 'AX,efto?
ol

Kal elirev ovtw^ irpo^ avTOv<i, eirapaKaXeae


710 " ea-eh e^evpeTe
" TO TTcw? fjbd^

Tov<i*

""A/j^oz/re?, ^LXol kl d8eX<f)0i, o-vvTp6<j>ot r/yaTrrj/jievoi,

KaXd tov

<^t6vov tov hta^oXoVy


ttjv veoTrjrd fia<i.
jjlov
dp')(^LK(ipr)<;,

eaKavrdXtae eh

" AoLTTOv 70) evplaKOfiai " KL ovBev e%a) " ouTftx?


715

eh oXa

rd irpdyfiaTa ottov

/jlov

Kafivovv y^peia,

w?

TTpeTTCi

eh

OeXrf/jia

8td to Ta^etBiv ctovto.


f.

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"aTTo
"

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h'

d^op/jLTJf;

rov axdvTaXov eTovrov ottov iyiveTov


OL

OV

TTpo6v/JLOV(TCV

VwfiaLOL

vd

icTfU^OVV

fie

T0U9

^pdyKov<;'
696 (fivpoadev
J

II iffKOPSaKiae

697 6fxoT(Jbpi 716 erovTO

707 ivravda

710

<p6yov

Cod.
vpavvrj

688 bvov ctxa


f.

689 t^s
692 acrvve

691 TOV

12'
rtuf

ffifitp.

6fi6\oyia
694
it.

690 Kavivos
<ras a.

Avri/nj^i^

to irpdna os

695 697 omitted


702 CTlpav

avvnirddia fierd

eras

696

otto Tohurji> Kal

hfnrpoede

vdv

698 e^^xVf^o'o-T^

ofiov

699 vdirarai
705

700 vaXdy)

fAtrcurit,!

iffeidffTTiffav

703 wpSra

clKovofiiiBrivav

706

etf

rh

TOY MOPEQZ
P
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4^

Se ra irpoa-rcuyfiara nrov exo/Jie dficfyoripox;,


a-v/jL(j)a)VL<;

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"

ki ofMoXoya,

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vd rd

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dvev

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aa<;'

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cJ?

"
695

irapaKoKw aa^, dpxovre^,


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(\>i\ov<;,
f.

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vd

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arrjv YioXiv eaco,


dvoi,^7}<;

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rov Kaipbv

rr]<;

vd Trdre

(rrrjv

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700 " 6 vi6<; fjLOV

vd e\6rj

fxer

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ravra

ol dp'^riyol

rov (ppdyKiKov ^ovcradrov,


el<;

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77

rovro'

dyaTTTj

ek

avrov<; Kaddy^ rjrov Kal irpoora.


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705

01

^pdyKot

eKOVOfirjOriaav hid

vd virayaivovv
rov ^pcarov rov rd^ov.

eKelae 669

<ro>

ra^elhiv
69

rov<Sy et?

^^vravra iSce^rfv
Kal
elirev

avrov<; 6 ffa(TiXv<; 'AA,ef?79

ovrw^

rrpo<i

avrov^, iwapaKaXea-iv rov^-

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kl dBeXcfyol, avvrp6(f>oi r}yair7]p,evoL,


\

710

*'

i(Tl<;

rj^evpere

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(f>r6vo

rov Bia^oXov,
fia<;.

f.

121^11

" ro 7rc39 /xa9 i<TKavrdXLcrev

" AoiTTOV iyo) evpiaKopuat, 6t9 " Kl

eh oXa

rrjv veorrjrd

fiov dp')(apri^,

ovSev ex'^

'^d

Trpdy/juara ottov fie Ka/ivovv '^peta,

715

"

eh ro ra^elSt irovro. Ka dXXo ttoXlv rj^evperey TrXrjpoKJyoplav aa9 Xiyco, " eh dXXov TrdXiv Xoytcr/jbov Koirovrav ol VwfialoL " hid ro (TKavraXov avro irov eyivev eh rrjv fiearfv,
e'x^co

" o{;Tft)9

w9

deXrjfia

"

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crtwfi^wvLais

(t/jll^ovv fie rov<i


ffrjvfiirddetov
<()dbvo

^pdrfKov^;'
(ufXTrpoarev

689
712

690 6gg

ffdipyo

695

6g6

698 adUu ir6\tw


X777r6s

t-^v atiplav

710

711 iaKav^aKijaev

717 aKovdakov 707


/3a<riX^s dX^|i7$

To^vSi

rris (Ti/pids

708 iirapeKoXea-e
'ji^ Ppi^ffKOfieu

710
o{>K

Tj^evpercu

711 iaKavSdKrjI^e

dpxt-X^PV^

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7^3

ftt^

^xw tA

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715
irou r/)0^.

XaXtibv

'n-\rjp(ji}<p.

716

air aipopfxi^v

rov <TKav8a\ov odrov


S.

718

;'

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TA XPONIKA
" Bia

Tovro Xiyo)
j((a)

tt/so?

eVa9, a^ioirapaKoXw

o-a<;,

"

pa

a-vfjLTTaOeiop oltto

iaa^; rjfxepe^ heKairevTe

720 " vci opdaxra)

ra (povacdra

fxov kol

va ad^ KaTa(f>Td<rco."

0/
TTfv

<PpdyKoc yap to earep^aaiv, Kivovaiv k virayaLvovv

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irdvra Kovra dva/nivovp

CKelvop
^

yap top ^aaiXeap ^AXi^top top ^aTaTarjp. AKOvaare ol a7raPT<;, ^pdyKoc re Kal Veofjualoc,
7rL(TTveT et? Y^pio-TOP, TO ^dcj^Tiafjua (l>opeLT6,

725

ocroL

i\dT iSw pa dKov(TT vTToOea-LP fieydXrjp,


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KaKoavprjP tcop VwiiaLoop, ttjp dinaTiap oirov

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top

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pa

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TOP Seop ov aefiopTai^

ovk dyaTrovaip
iroprjplap.
e/c

730 6 49

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ol

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ttjp IloXt^',
Tr)p

OKdiroLOf; irXovauo^

dp^cop dwo
el')(^6P

HoXcp,

f.

21

yiovpT^ovcjiXop TOP eXeyaoTLP, ovtco^


I80DP
735

to iirlKXrjp,

TOP yepo paa-iXea to irm^ top iTV(f)Xdjo'ap,

Kt ^AXe^cop TOP vlop

avTov to
fjue

7ro59

virrjpx^

peo<i,

iXoyiaaep

ttjp

/SaatXeLap

Troprjplap pa iirdpr).
(f>iXov<;

Kpd^ei

TLPe<i

Tov avyyepelt;,
Xc/juapLKovfi,

re Kal yecTOPOV^;,
fie

Taayhdpov^ Kal

^ovXrjp

avTov<^ dTrrjpep

^AXe^iop yap top ^aaiXea iirtdaap k


740 t9 fjLopa^iap TOP rjvpao-LP
io-Teyjraa-Lp

e(|)ope^|rap'

k edapaTOiaape top,
(TTefjb/j,a

top MovpT^ov(l)Xop, to

tov e^opeaav,

{OPOfjudaap top

^acnXea,

ovT(o<i

top

ev(j)7jp.riaap.

'Ei/raOra yap W9 to elBaai Tipe^ utto ttjp UoXcp,

aKovaoyp tov irapd^epov tov


745

fia<TiXeQ)<;

top ^opop,

fiapKeTTap dpfjLaTcoaraatp TreprjpTa 8vo KOvirioDP'


eTrXeyjraaLp kl dirriXOaaLP, eaoocTaaip Tov<i ^pd/yKOV^,
eKelcre oirov
Xe7rT0jjLep(o<i

virayaivaaLP aTa
tov<; eXiraaLP

fieprj

t^9 Xvpia<;'

i'irXr)po(f>6pr)adp TOV<i,

719 if/M^pais Te' 722 738 ^ouXV ttTT. /ACTttj/Toi/s

iir. tt^v ijp.

743 ivTavda

734 y^pu 747 tA

'J^'j

tov] tovs

ix^pmj

Cod. T 718 X^o i^voirapiKoXb <ras 720 vapdocru 721 arip^aai f. 12^
726
cXoTttt

719 v6.xo
722
a.vr)/j.4pov

diro <r4j Tj/A^pas

724 aKo^aerat,

5w

731 evylKaai

727
iro

730

omitted as containing injurious remarks

732

aTrearlti/

733

fi.

tov dvbfia^av t6

rjirlK\t

ovroi

TOY MOPEQl
P
" Btd

SI

TOVTO Xeyco

7r/309

eVa?, d^LoirapaKoXw cra9,


iads: ri/jiipe^ hetcairevre
fjbov

"
720 "

vd e%a)

avfjLTrddeLov dir

vd opdooao) Td ^ovaadra
'ApaKXeta'
ydp,
|

koX vd ad<i KaTa(f>TdcrQ)"

01 ^pdyKoi
iirepaaav
i/celvov Se

TO opdwvovcTLVy KLVovv KOI virayaivovV

rrfv

nrdvTa kovt

dva/juevovv

tov paaCKev ^AXe^Lov rbv ^araTcrrfv.


dp')(^ovT^, ^pdjKoi re koI Fw/jiatoi Xptarov koI fid^TuafJia <f)0pelr6,
f.

'H/coi;craT6
725

122'" i

oaoi Tnarevere

et?

iXdre

iSo)

vd rJKovo-ere VTroOeatv
Vwfiatwv,
avTOv<i,

fjbeydXrjv,

rrjv KaKocrvvrjv tcov

ttjv aTrtaTLav, rrjv e'^ovv.

Tt9 vd Oappeyjry
d<l)(ov

et?

opKov vd rov^

TriaTe-y^r),

Seov ov aeffovTat,
TOV

dcj^evrr]

ovk dyaTTOvcnv
irovrjpia.
e'/c

730 6 el?

dWov

dyaira

/jlovov fie

'A^wi^ ol ^pdjKOL i^e^T]aav eKeWev


OKairotof; 7rXov(Tio<; dvOpcoiro^,

rrjv rrjv

Uoktv,

dpx^ov dirb
l')(^6v

HoXlv,

W[ovpT^ov(f)\ov TOV iXejaaLV, ovtco<;


IBoiv
735

to eTTLKXrjv,

TOV yepov ^aatXeav to

ttcI)?

tov iTv<pX(oaav,
VTrrjp'x^ev

Kol TrdXiv TOV viov avTOv to


iaKOTTTjaev
fie

ttco?

yeo?,

irovqplav ttjv ^ao-iXeiav vd Xd^y.


(f>iXov<i

AaXel

TLV<;

tov avyyvov<;,

yap kol yecTovovi,


Tov<i i/SovXevTrj'
f.

Tadyhapov<i Kol

XL/jLavTiKov<i, jBovXrj

^AXi^iov TOV ^aanXeit eiridaav k iTvcj^Xwaav


740

122'" 11

eh fiova^iav tov rjvpaaiv kol iOavaTcoadv


iaTe'^jracTLV

tov,

tov MovpT^ocj^Xov, to aTefM/jLav tov ifidXav,

oov6fjLa(Tdv

TOV ^acriXev, ovtw^ tov


0J9

ev^r^pbrjorav.

^KvTavTa yap
TO uSlkov tov
745

etSaa-cv TLve<; diro tyjv

WoXlv

^ao-LX6(o<;,

to dBcfcov to eirolKav,

^apKeTTa
ifcel

dp/jbaTcoaao-iv irevrjVTa Svo Koviricdv'

eirXe'y^acrLV,

iacoaaaiv oirovaacnv

ol

^pdyKOi,
Xvpia<;'

OTTOV virayaivaaiv

uTd
k

jxepr]

Trj<;

X7rT0/JL6pa><i

Toi/9 eliraa-LV

7rXrjpo<p6p'rjo-dv

tov^
(Tkuyevo6i

Jig atwfnrdd7]0P

721 dpdbaovaiw

746 idibaav or iffibaav?

725 748 XewTdfiepos

iria-d^^eTai

j^'j

VX^

736 fi Trdpi 735 ^ttJo' X^" 740 Kal davar. 741 to (popeadv 744 TOV ^acnXia. 745 apfiarbcave

738 omitted
742
i(f>T]/Jt,la'aif

739 ydp omitted


743
u>s

rb olKovcrav

kovttLo

utov

747

e/coi

oirov iirdyevai/

748 Kal irXrjpoipopeadv tovs

52

TA XPONIKA
Tov
fiaa-i\ea)<i

rov ddvarov, to ttw? rov io-KorSxrav,

f.

22'

750 6 Mov/3Tfou0A-O9 6 aina-TOf; rrjv jSaaiXeiav airrfpev.

Ot ^pdyKOt ydp,

CO?

TO TjKovarav, iOXi^rjcrav fi6yaK(o<;*

diravrov dirrjpacrLV jSovXrjv ro ttw? vd e^ovv Trpd^ei. Hi vd ae Xiyco rd iroXXd /cal vd ae rd ifjLop(f>l^Q)
^Kkovctcov

ravra

ol

dp^ovre^ rov <^pdyKtKov ^ovaadroVy


(T^oSpa to XviroifvraL,
ol <l>povifi(6Tpot Tov<i,

755 fJ'CydXax; to idavfido-Trjo-av, e/9

KoX

dp')(^t<rav

vd Xeyovaiv

vd KaTapyl^ovv

T01/9 o)/jLaLov<i fMe ttjv vTroXrjyjrlv tou9*

"Tt9 vd
**

TTLaTeyfrr}

eh

Vcofjualov

ek Xoyov

etre 6t9

opKOv

XeyovaLV otl elvai ^piaTiavoi kol aTov


^pdyKOV<;
fie/xcfyovTai,

%e6v

TriGrrevovv'
fxa^,

760 " eyua? tou9


" a-KvXov^i

Xeyovv, KaTTjyopovv

fjLd<i

ovofid^ovai, droi rov^ iiraivovvTai'

"Xeyovv on, elvai Xpco-riavol kol ^d<f)TLo-/j,a (j^opovatv " avTol KOi fiovot Xeyovaiv otl et9 Xpio'Tov inaTevovv. " Mera tol'9 TovpKov^ Kadovrai, ttlvovv Kal ea-Tid^ovv
765

"/cat TLTTOTe ovK iXiyovatv ovhe KaTTjyopovv tov<;'


"

f-

22'

Kal

fJLCTd

fjLd<;

dv (f>dyovaiv crTa fcavxV fcaTavri^ovv


XeiireTai dyjraXTT)

(?)

"
"

aTnv eKKXr^aia tov^ edv (TV^^fj <i>pdyKO^ vd XetTOVpyrjar),


arapdvTa
r)fjLp<i
rf

i/cfcXijaid tov;.

'''AKOvaaTC Te9 aipeae^s, T9 exovv ol VcofialoL'


770 " droL TOv<;
"

ijjbdfi

" '6'jrov

ydp kol iMova')(o\ dXXrjXmf; iiratvovvTaiy ^pdyKov^ fJuefx^ovTai, ifid<; KaTrjyopovaiVy KpaTovfie tov XpiaTov rrjv ttlo-tlv Kal tov vofiov,
Tov'i
fjbdfi

" Kadaxi

to iStBd^aatVy CKelvoi ol dytoi dirocnoXoL.

TTpojTOf;

ydp diroo'ToXo^

'^rov 6 dyio<;

nT/0O9,
OLKOVfjievrjf;'

775 "ttoO tov idpoviacre 6 X/9t<rT09 irposTov t^9

"tov irapahelaov ra KXeihia tov eBcoKev


" TTJv

dT6<; tov'

i^ovaiav tov eScoKc vd

Sea-t}

Kal vd Xvarj

" oa-ov iroirjarj

eh

ttjv yrjvy

elf;
ft)9

ovpavov<; vd aTepyr).
(ppovc/jcof;

Kklvo<;
780 " [kol]

ydp 6
Trjv

a7roo-ToXo9,

oirov rJTOVy

el')(ev

x^P^^

'^^^

XpcaTOV, tov opiafiov tov

coaavTcof},
764 iadidl;'ow 766 770 sq.
rii

KadrjKaTaTL^ovv sic ! corrupt.

Compare ^aOxor

800,

and the sense


Cod.
755
e/$

in

775 oirov
751 rbKOvcav
13"-

TfiO fiovfyTio6<t>\oivdp

752

eiripatri

omitted t6

ck-qTrovvTa

f.

758 omitted

759 \iyov<ri

TOY MOPEQS
P Tov
^acn\e(o<; rov Oavarov, to 7ra>9 tov iaKoraxrav,
750 6 M.ovpT^ov(f}\o<i 6 aTTLCTTO^ TTjv

SS

^aaiXeiav

iirrjpev.

01
Tfc

^pajfcoty

(W9

TO TjKovcrav, iOXlffijaav

/jLeyaXcof}'

diravTo eTrrjpaaiv fiovXr) to ttw? va

e')(ovv

irpd^eu.

va ae Xeyco Ta irdXkd koI vd ak Ta


|

(jyov/jbl^co
f.

^Axovaav TavTa
755 /iiyd\(0'!;

ol dp^ovTe<; tov (ppdyKLKOv <l>ov(T(rdTOV,

122'

to iOav/juaaav koI a^ohpa to XvTrovvTai,


tov<;'

Koi dp^ovTat vd Xiyovaiv ol ^povvfiMTepoi


"t/? vd
760 "
"

TTLO-Teyjrrj

tSv

Va)p,ai(ov

et?

Xoyov

rj

et?

epyov

"Xeyovv otl
r}fid<i

elvai X.pt,(rTiavol kol etV

Seov irLorTevovv
fia^,
*

Tovfi

^pdyKOv^;

fjb<j>ovTat,

Xeyovv, KaTrjyopovv

aKvXov<; fid^ ovofMd^ovatv ki aToi rof ? 7racvovvTac

"Xiyovv OTL
" "
765

elvai l^ptaTiavol /cal ^d^Tia-fjLa ^opova-iv

avTol Kol fiovov Xiyovacv otc

Mera

Tov<i

^ptaTOv 7rtaTvovv. TovpKov<; KddovTai 6/jlou Tpcoyow kol ttLvovv,


et?

"/cat TiTTOTe ov

Xeyovcn ovSe /caTijyopovv

TOv<i,

750 diriados
TOV alirevdvrai

753
762

(pofii^u)

758 vqadiffti

760

eZ/Liaj

761 art

XP'^<^^V^J'0^

Kifvet,

X'

760 fie^ovPTe
omitted

Karayopov

762 \iyovv ttws

763

77s

^?*

767 aae^Sr; were intentionally omitted by the scribe.

764

766

769

811

are wanting; these lines

'

54

TA XPONIKA
" SiOTL
"

T0U9 XP^^^^^ iKetvov^ 7} TToXfc? yap Trj<; Poi/x?;? TOV KOafJiOV 0\0V 0<I)6VTVV, oXtJV Trjv olKOV/JbivTJV,
I

^'

23

"Bid vd irard^ri
" 785
" 'E/ct

to.

ecScoXay rrjv dina-Tiav tS)V edvcoVj

Kal TOV Xpca-Tov rrjv iKKXrjalav vd av^rjarj koX a-repeojarj.


[uTrrjXdev]

koI

wKoBofirjaev

ttj^

eKKk'qaia^ rov

dpovov'
" eKel

TOV iaTavpaxraari, 8id tov XpLaTOv

Trjv irlarTLV.

"'ATrai/Tou yap i^rjXdaaiv TLvh irXelaTOL IlaTraSe?,


" oTTOv
"

eKpaTovaav to

crKa/JLvl T7f(; iKKXrjo-la'; Tr}<; Pw/xt;?.

0/ ^pdyKOt yap Kal


T^9
OLKOv/jievr}<i

oi IPcojjLaXoi iriaTiv filav eKpaTovcrav*

790 "

ol dpxi'pi<;,

^pdyKot re Kal
t^?

VwfialoLy

" ol

irarptdpxaL

k ol dpx^epel^y ol 7rp(OTOL

olKovpbevr)<iy

" iiralpvav Trjv " oTTov rjTov "


795

x^tpoTovlav eVa<7T0? dwo CKelvov,


etv

TlaVa? Kb dp^tepei)^

to

(TKafjbvl r^)? Poj/it;?.

AiafiovTa yap XP^^^i, ttoXXoI avTelvoL ol Vco/juaioCy ""EXX7;z/9 ^Ixav TO ovofiay ovToxi tov<; covo/nd^aVj

"

TToXXd

'tjaav

dXa^oviKol,
aTrrjpaa-iV

aKO/jurj

to KpaTovatv,

" OTTO Trjv Toofirj

to ovofia twv

^(o/juaicov.

"'Att' avTT}^
" dcp'^Kaaiv

Trj<^

dXa^ovia<;, Trjv eTrapaiv oirov el^ai/,


KKXr]a-La<i

tov 6p\8ivav t^9


a)<;

t^9

Poofjur)^,

f.

23

800 "

Kal (TTrjKOVV

(TX^apLaTiKol, fiovv to

Kav^p^ e^ovv.
'Sttov

"Tr)p7]aTy dpxovT6<; KaXoL, Trjv

dina-Tiav

e%ow

^^Xeyovv otl elvav Xpio-TLavol, Kal dXrjOeiav ov KpaTOvacv'


'^

TOV opKov Tov<; ovSev KpaTovv, ovBe Sebv (po^ovvTaL*


;j^/3fco'Tiaz/ft)(7u^'779.

" fiovov TO ^d^Tta-fia exovac to t^9


805

"'ISe TO opl^ovv ol ypaj>h Kal


" ol

tcl

^t/SXla ottov )(ovv'

" TTjv 8i8a)(^r}v OTTOV eiroLKav ol BoyBeKa diroaToXoi,

Teaaapoi evayyeXuaTal oirov


eTOTe
rjTov 6

/jLd<;

e^(OTLoav,

" TTJV irpd^LV OTTOV 7T0LKaV

eh TOV Koap^oVy
/JLctf

"oTav
810 " KL

Xpto-T09 Kal 6t9 yrjv TTepteTTaTet'


rj

diravTov irdXe

BiBaxv ottov

iBLBd^Trj,

"t7)9 iKKXT]a-ia<i tov opBtvav to


"

7rft)9

vd tov KpaTc^fiev

oXa Ta eXaTTcoaaaLV dtpoTov


T7J<;

e^co/aicai^

" diTO
783 idviav
cf.

Pcaft779 ^EiKKXr}(rla<;y ttov


rijs

evi KaOoXiKrj
IfffidriKOi

fjua'i,

785 TOV dpovov

iKK\.

800

fidvoi i.e.

/j^v+

i,

1792 etc.

808
Cod.

firoiKv

810 iSiSdxOv
Trjv

813 Swov

813

iKXyjcid owdve k.

ottov

TOY MOPEnZ

55

i.

56

TA XPONIKA
" Ki a(f>rjKav rrjv ')(eLporoviav

tov dyicoraTOv HaTra,


rov

815 " Ki aX\i]\(i)<;

yap

')(^6LpOTOvovv

UaTptdpxv^
fxr)

'^^^ e^ovp.

" AoiTTOV d(f)6T0V ov


" Biarl

aepovTUL
ttjv

rrjv ^^KtcKrjcTLav

Trj<; Pwyu-T;?,

va

virdfie
;

eh

^vplav kl ov
rrjv

vd

a-Tpa(f>ovfjLe

OTTLCTQ)

"

vd

7rdpQ)fiv

Twv dinaToyv

dt^evriav ottov e^^ovv,

f.

24*

" dcfyoTov TOV

d^evTTjv Tov<i

rov ^aaiXeav iirvL^av


Trjv dai/Seiav ottov ')(pvv'

820 " Kfc dir


" TOV

avTov ydp TTjprjaere

^aaiXeav

ottov el'^jOLaiv hid (f>v(TiK6v d<^evT7]Vy

"fie
"

^Tovov Kal BrjfirjyepaLav a<j>d^av kl direKTelvav.


iricTTe'^r]

Tt9 vd

"

vd Tov<; KpaTTjarj 'Kpia-Tiavov';,

825

"/U6

Xoyia elvai

eh opKOV elVe eh \6yov, co? to XaXdvv Kal Xeyovv ^pto-Tiavol, to epyov ydp tov<; Xelirei'

eh

avTov<;,

" dvddefia tov X.pLaTt,av6v ottov vd tov^ TTio-Teyjry."

*A<P6tov ydp edXi^rjaav tov ^acrtXeav ol ^pdyKot

K eiTTav

Te<i

irapaTToveae^ koX t(ov Pco/jLavayv re? 7r/oafe9,

dp^av vd
830 Ttz^e? a7r'

Grv/jL/3ovXev(i)VTai

to

ttw<;

OeXovcrtv TTpd^ei.

avTOV^ eXeyav eh

Tr}v

^vpiav vd aTTeXdovVj
iavfjL^ovXeylrav,
d<f>r)yov jxai'
Sr}/jL7]yepTe<;,

KL dXXoL, ol (f>povL/j,coTpoi, elTTav K

TeTOLav I3ovXt}v eScoKacrcv, (oadv ae to

"*A^6tov
"
835

ol aTTKTTOi VcofjLaloL, KeLvoi ol

TOV /SaaiXeav eaKOTCoaav, tov <^v(tlk6v tou?

d<f>evT7fV,
f.

" OTTOV eirpeTTe " Kl

vd

tov KpaTOvv BevTepov tov Kvplov,

24'

" TTepl "

dXXov <^v<tlkov vd tou9 e')(rj d(f>evTevL' eh Trjv Xvplav Td ovk exo/^ev yvpevei, evTavTa o-TpepLfia a? TTOiTjaoj/jLev dTreaco eh Trjv YloXiv^
ovK
e')(pvv

vd

vTTdfie

" KoX TToXefiov

a? Bwaay/JLev oXoc

fxe

dpp^uTd

p.af;.

840 " Kfc

dv

Sooo-rj

Oeo9 Kal

TTapcofMev Tr)v Kcovo-TavTlvov ttoXlv,

" TTjv ^aa-iXeia a? KpaTrjcrdyfiev 0X179

t^9 P(ofiavla<;"

*Ei; TOVTO) eav/jL^L^do-Trjaav ol Ke(f)aXdBe<i oXoi,

815

OTTOV

838 ivravda

Cod.
817 va

814 x^poToi'ta

815 irdxovv
827

816

irafxe CTTT} arjpLa

^Xow
iKU/oi

823

826
<p.

om. fd
5.

818 ewdpovfiev
a<f>OTOv

wdxovv
835

\. a<f>bv ov a-i^ova-i

om.
ti

820 airavrbv

f.

rrjs

rrfv

om.

829 rore avpovXevrlKaa-rj to


832 ediaaaai
otra
oirdirpeTre

diXovve
d<f)6Tov

830 vhir^Xdovv
ol airiaTri

831 Kal av^ovXeOaav


Kal avofii 5i4
vb.

833
vavrov

834 om. rouj


837 irapa

13"

836

etxaj/ &.

tov$ a.

838 as
842

i\6op.v ffrijv Tr6\iv

840 KoarajfTlvov

irdXrj

841 om. &$

KpaTifil^ofiev

(rlwT}Pd(TT7]<Tay

TOY MOPEQZ

57

58

TA XPONIKA
(oaavTCi)^

H
845

oXov to kolvov rod ^pdyKL/cov <f>ov(Tadrov


tov<; wpia-av, to. dpfieva

rd TrXevT LKO.

iyvplaav.

Tt vd ae Xeyco rd TroXkd ; k
i(Trpd(fn]o-au ol

iycb

iroXKa ^apeiofiat

^pnyKOt,

fia^i

Ki(re

eh

rrjv TloXcv,

KC d(f)6rov direaodaao-iv eKelae et? rbv Xifjiceova,


Trjv '^(Opav

irpiyvpicrav

Trj<;

yf}(;

icaX

rrj<;

6aXd<rcr7]<;.

Ol ^pdyKOi
850
/JLCT

i/jLr))(^ap6VT7)(rav

wadv k

ol

HeveTLKoc

avT0v<i rjaav ivo/jLou


/c

ofjuouco^

kol ol TIpo^evradXoL

cocravrcDf;

K tov M-ovcf^apd eKelvoL ol Aov/xirdpSoi.


i<TTrj(Ta(riv

Ta

TpcTrovraera

oXa diro

rrjv o-repeav,
f.

re? avvTa^e<^ i^^^wlpto-aVy tov iroXefiov dp^icrav.


'Atto tov ttXtjOov^
855

25'

vd

o-T6fC7j

'EAxci'V

tSv Taaypwv dvOpwirov ovk d(f)rjvav eh rd T6i')(ea Trj<i ')(^u)pa^ Trj<; HoXeov. Kol aKaXe^ fi^Xti/e?, KaXd a-iBepcofiive^'
dirdvco
e'/c

eh ra Tf)(^6a T69 ecrrrjaav Bid vd ae^ovv direcKO. ra (f>apLa' 01 Ka^aXXapoL eTre^eylrav dirdvo)
TO Ihel re? aKaXe^i, eSpafiav, io-e^rjcrav dirdvoi.
860 Of/TO)?,
ol

wadv

(T

TO XaXSf

eTrido-Trj

CTOTe
eic

r)

Ti6XL<i,

^pdyKoi
ol
'Sirov

ea-e^rjo-av efXTrpo^; direKei

rrjv cTTepeav,

^eveTiKOi \ir6Xe\ eo-e^rja-av aTrdvco Sk ra Kapd^ca,


eaTrjKaaLv tov yvpov
Tr]<;
77

eKeWev

daXda-aov.

*laTov ydp vd e^evpere otl iinda-Tr]


865

no\t9,

wcrdv iindaTTj irpoTepov diro tov<; IBeveTLKov^;,

eh TOV

voe/jb/Splov

re? reao-ape^

i^/jupe<;

rjTOv Tore'

TO Be vcTTepvov

/cat

BevTepov to

ircdcr/jLa t^<?

TloXeov,

eh TOV
870 TLva<i

dirpiXlov re? Ti(raape<; eyivr} irdXe CKeivo.

'Atto tov ttXtJ^ou? tov XaoVj tov BvvaTov iroXefiov^

OVK 'la'^vcev iroaw^ vd ^vyj] diro


865 uxrAv] orau

ttjv

TloXiv.

844 v\ev6iKii

866 irdre

Cod.

844 va
847

yipiffovv

845 koI 76

tt.

apiovfie

846

i(rTpd</>if}<Tav

tXcvtikolv
irpo/Se^dXot

K-fjXdave els top \.

849
Ta

efxei x'J^vevd'n<xav

850 elrav

rd

851 Koi ok tov fiovcpapks

To^es
TOVi

855 (ttA T-rfxiA 860 6<raae iir.

857

els

rrixvo-

852 TpifMirov^iTa 853 858 avi^evaav '''V^


861
dfiirpds

ttjs altb

(jtapid

ol irdXtjs
t'Jjs

Tbres

862 om. TraXe

863

irov effT^KOVTa to

yipo

doKa/rov

eirapdrj 7r6\rji

865 OTav

iir.

airb

864
ttjs

6fios

.14'
els

yap va el^ei^perai o{>tos t6t 866 (TtoO voevplov ras


T^ffepas

r4aepas eifiipa

867 elaTepo

868

TawpiWlov rds

Kelvo

869 TO

TrX-ifidos

TOY MOPEQZ

59

'

6o

TA XPONIKA
'ETTtacrar 7a/) rbv MovpT^ov(j)\ov tov dirca-rov Kivov,
T(ov
f.

25^

apxvy^^

'^^^ ri<j>pav

Bia va tov e^ovv Kpivei,

Me7a\a)9 to ix^^PV^^^

^t evyevcKol KovTaBe^;'
'^^
"^'^

ox^V^V
875

Vy^^Vf 'TO'P^X^*

Kpiaiv va

TrdOr}.

'OKCLTTOLOf;

yepwv avOpcoiro^
(f>p6vt/JL0<i,

evpedrj i/cel et? ttjv

UoXiv'

dv0p(O7ro<; tjtov

ypafifiaTLK0<; et? a(\>6hpa'

TO cLKovaei
CKecvov TOV

ttcG?

rjOekacnv oi ^par/KOL va tov exovv KpLvei,

TravcLTTio-Tov

TOV MovpT^ov(j)Xov ae Xiyco,

eSpa/jLe eKelcre

eh

eKeivov^ oirov rjo-av K<j)a\dB<;,

880 OTTov elx^^

y^P

'^V^

i^ovaiav eh oka

tol

(povo-adTa'

dpxi'O-e keyei vr/ao? avTov<;,

TO

7r(M9

oKairoLo^i pa(TiKea<;

Kvp

e7r\7jpo<f)6pae tov^;,

Aeov tov
ttjv

covofid^aVf

^i\6(TO(\)o^ riTov (j)ofiepo<i Kal

'Trpo<f)i]TeLe<;

eirolKev

iToXka TTpdy/JuaTa erroLKe CKeiae eh


885

UoXlv

dWa eTrXrjpcoo-av tov Kaipov oirov efieWe va eXOovv, Ki dWa TToKe dvafjuevaaLv vd e\6r) 6 Kaip6<; tov^.
AoLTTov
ea-TTj/cev
i/ceo

TrXrjaLov

6fjL7rp6<;

eh

ttjv

^Aylav
co?

%o(f)iav
f.

klovlv (poffelpov, fxeya, yfrr)\dv virapxeL'

26'

ypd/jbfjbaTa eiroiKev

yXviTTa, ypdcfiovaLV

ae \ey(0'

890 "'ATreSct) eTovTO to kiovi o<^ei\ovv eyKpefivia-aL

"tov paaiXea tov diricnov


" AoiTTov,
ft)9

Trj^ K.ojvo-TavTLi'ov Il6\r}<;"


r}

<j>alvi,

dpxovTe<;,

irpo^rjTeLa eTrXrjpcodr)
Br)/jL7]yepT7)V,

" d(l>COV TO KLOVL CX^Te Ki

aVTOV TOV
p,eyd\co<^

" irXripooaeTe Tr)v Trpo^rjTelav

tov ^Lkoa6<j>ov cKelvov."


to iOav/jLd(rav'

895

To aKovaei to
Kv
d<t>o!)v

ol

dpxovTe^

din^paaL tov yepovTa to kcovi vd

tov<; Beifrj'

dwrjXdav eh avTO k

eTrXrjpoifyopeo-dv to

lieydXw^ to idavfidaTfjaav Kai irdXe ixdprjadv to,


BcaTi rjvpav to eirihel^tov TOVi tov diria-TOv vd icpivovv,
900 (opucrav

yap Kal

ri<^epav tov k eKel tov

dve^daav,
892
^ttX*'"?

882

\iu)v

885 oXXa
<l>i\oa6<pov

iirX-fip.

889 ua eXiyw
airrbv KiirXT]po<pop^<Tavi tov

894 iKcivov TOV


Cod.

897

871

iina.<Ta<n

tov Avofiov kUIov tov fiovpT^oti<p\o

872 t6v apx-

Tovs i<f>epav diavavrov

874 yUfrj
878 t6

875 yepo$

876

ypa/xfiaTTjfffi^vos <r<p6Spa

877 va TOV Kplvov

iuLovpT^ov<f>Xb
e/ccl

882 OKawiov fiaaiXevs


iXdov

884

yhp

eis

886 Kal &\a iroXXA avkfUvovatv

879 iSp. Kl yovpyo CIS aurojJj 885 6\a rrXeipixrav 6ir6/ie\ cA 888 iaTeKai 887 4/xirpo<rT ijs

TOY MOPEQI

6i

P 'O^art? \iyeL
TO
7ro)9
<f>i,X6<TO(f>o(;

7rp6<i

avTOv<;, ovTa)<; tov<; a-vvrvxaiveL^

oaTi9 jSacrtkev^

Kvp

Aiov top iXiyav,

evpicTKerov koX Trpocprjretef; iirolicev,

f.

iroWa
885

TTpdyfiara eirovKev aireaoy

eh

rrjv

HoXtv
122^
11

aWa
Kol

eTrXrjpcoaav rov Katpbv OTro/jueWe va eXOovv,

aXXa

TToXiv fiiXXacrcv va eXOrj 6 Kaipo'^


nrXTjaiova et? Tr]V
^

Tov<i.

AoLirov

e/cel

Kyiav

Xocfiiav

e<TTK Kiovi (fto^epo, fieya iroXXd

v'Trrip')(6v'

TrpayfJLara eiroLKev yXvirrd koI ypd/jb/jbara iypd^frav'


890 "'AvreSo)
/c

tovtov tov klovlov o^eiXovcriv


Trj<;
rj

Kpefjbvidei

" TOV ^ao-iXea tov dina-TOv

K.covaTavTLVov 110X779."
7rpo<j>7jTia

" AotTToVy aj9 (\>alv6t, ap^ovTe^y


"

yXOeV
eKeivov"

a^wi/ TO KLovi e%eTe kl avTov tov

Brj/juriyepTrjv,

" TTjv TTpocfyijTeia TrXijpdxTeTe

tov

<f)LXoa-6(f)ou

895

To dKOvaovv TO
iirripacriv

ol dp')(^ovT<; /JLydXct)<i

eOavfidaav
Bel^rj'

tov yepovTa to klovl vd


VTrrjyav Trpb^

tov<;

KL

d(j>(Ji)V

avTov koX

eirXrjpoifyoprjOTj..,

Kal TjvpacTLv irihe^LO tov aTriaTOv vd Kpivovv,


900 iiipiaav KoX rj^epav tov k eKel tov dvrj^da-av,
f.

123'

882 \4wv
897 sic!

885

dWa] o\a

888

cffdeKe

891 drnffdov

899 ariadov

Kotovei

ifTrapx^i

892 ^iverai

896

etrripaciv

rbv

890 drruSu t6 tov Keioveiov


893

891

KOiTTavrlvov

TrXrfpSdrj

a^v

f.

14*

895

fiey.

t6 davfiaaa

77t6i'a

897

dLirijkBaffiv

aavrbv Kal

TrXrjpd (popicre rrjs


ffxijv

898 Tu davfMarrjffay

899

Sriari^ dao-ei

ra ypafifuiTa oirovaay

jcoX6fa

900

OpTJffS

62

TA XPONIKA
CLTTO

Tov

vyjrov<;

tov klovlov

kcltq)

top iy/cpe/jLvio-aV

ol haifjiove^ icjxivrjtTav irov airijpav Trjv "^vxri^ tov.

^AcfyoTov

yap iylverov tov

Brj/jbrjyepTT)

17

KpicTL^y

okoi ol fieyaXoi, ap'X^ovre^y ol irpooTot tov <j>ovaaaTov,


905
t9

TO TraXcLTt aTrrjXOacrLV tov /SaaiXeco^; eKelvov

f.

26''

povXrjv dirripav ivofiov fiCKpoL re kol fieydXot,

TO

TTttf?

vd irpd^ovv aladrjTa
eo)?

irepl

t^9 ^atrCkeiaf;.

Ta

\6yLa riaacnv iroWd


eiiraa-LV,

ov vd Ta BcaKplvovv* to ia(f>a\l<Tav'
tyjv

TO yap t9 Te\o9

oi/ro)?

910 OTL dcfxov virayaivacriv iicetae

eh

^vpiavy

Ki o riaTra? o dyitCTaTO^ pueTd ivToXrj<; fxeydXT)^


TOv<;

wpLcre vd d<f>r)KOVcn 6Klvo to Ta^elhiv,

direkdovv koI vd ^d\ov<Tiv 'AXe^iov tov l^aTaTtrrjv


aKa/jLvl
ttj*;

eh TO

/SaaiXelaf;,

k eKelvoi tov e^akav*

915 KL diravTa diro tov<; lSiov<; tov


o-(f)d^av

k eK twv

IPcofialcov

to

yvo<:,

Kal direKTeivav k eOavaTooaave tov,

Ki
"

ovK

eve

dWo'i

dir

avTov d^Lo^
Bid
ifJbd^ ki

r?}? 0aari\ia<;'
jjuelvoi) fxev

a?

Trjv KpaT^aco/jbev

a?

evTavTa,

"fie Blkulov ttjv aTr^pa/jLev, fie tov airaOLov to ^L^o<i"


920

Kt

dcjyoTov TO d(j)tpco(rao-i,v ovtco^, axrdv to \eyco,


'iToir)orovv

^ovXrjv dirripav diro avTOv vd

^acnXea.
f.

*EKXe^av SooBeKa dp^ovTe^;,


ol e^L T](rav
(TVvdrjKe^,
dp')(^cepel<;

d^(,ov<i,

^povcficoTaTov^'

27'

Kal ol eft ^Xafiovptdpoi,*

opKOv eiroiKav vd ixXe^ovv ^aaiXea


tov eoO, dvev Tpoirov koI hciXov.
eKel tov^ direKXelaav^
Tfj<i

925

fie

TTLcrToo-vvrjv
'9

*l^<Te^7jaav
0)9

eva KeXXlv

oTov vd KXrjpcoaova-iv tov ^acnXea


eTapa')(evT'r)crav dXXriXw<i fie

UoXrj^,

UoXXd
930 eirel Tive<;

Ta Xoyta,

BiaTl OVK IcTid^ovTav [evo/iov] vd iroiria-ovv

^aaCXeav

eXeyaatv k eh c^oBpa eiravvova-av


7}

902 oTTOv
912 iKelvov

903

Kplais TOV d.

905

iKeivop TOV /SttCiX^ws

907

iadrjTo,

914 Tw i^aWav

918 evravda.

927

irXripiixTovcnv

Cod.

go J TO
/3.

'/i\J/ui

902 voirlpav
iiri^pape o/xov

903
ea-TijTa

i]

Kpla-rjs

kU/ov tov
o<rou

S.

905 cKUfO TOV


irdXri

906
-^s tt}

907

908 Kal

va

tol 8.

910 eirayivaai k^ 914


ovK-fi

a.

912 tovs opiae Kal irpbaTa^ev airiXdovv 915


aTrai^^a

ets rfjv

Ttjs

Peveriai

916 koI hdavdruffav


di c/uAs

tu)v

917 Kal

dXws

918 aj Tqv yKpaTLaofiey

920 Kal

a<f>ov

rw

TOY MOPEQZ
P
dire TO
01
v\jro<;

63

rod klovLov

kcltco

tov iyKpefjLVLO-av

Sal/jLOve^i

6(f>dvr)<Tav,

iiTTJpav rrjv "^vxtj tov.

Kt
905

d<f>6vT0v iTrXrjpwdrjKe

tov

BrjfjbrjyipTov

rj

Kpla-ij,

fiovXrjv eTTTJpav kvojxov, fjuLKpot re /cal fieyaXoL,

TO

TTcS?

vd hiopOwaovai
rjcraaiv

irepl
ecf)?

t^9

^aarLkeLa<^.

Ta XoyLa
TO

iroWd

<vd> BiaKplvovv
to i(T<^a\i(Tav'
ttjv

yap

6t9

TXo9 eiTraaiv,

ovtq)<;

910 oTt eVet vTrayalvaatv

eKeWe eh

XvpLav,

KL 6 ITaTra? 6 dyiooTaro^; fierd ivroXrjf; fjueydXr^^;

Tov^ wpLcre vd

d(f)rjaovcrLv eKelvo
^

to Ta^elBtv,

vd direXOovv koI vd ffdXovo-iv


t9

AXe^Lov tov BaraTO-rjv


eKelvoL tov
Vco/jbaLcov

TOV Opovov

tt)?

^aaiXeuaf},

ic

e^dXav
to yevo<;,
f.

915

Ki diravTov eK tov^ Xhiov^, ck


ea(f)d^av,

twv

airoKTelvav tov

kol iOavaTcoadv tov,


d^co<; <T7]<i>
/jllv(o/jlv

lis*" 11

KC ovK Vi dXXo<^ air


"
d<;

avTov
fid';

^aaiXela^'
ev TavTrj'

TTjv

KpaTovfie htd

kl a?
fie

"fie BIkulov ttjv eirrjpafiev, 920

tov (nraOLOV to ft^o?."


to Xeyw,

K'

eireX

to d^tpwaaa-tv

ovtco<; cocrdv

^ovXrjv iirrfpav evofiov vd

ttoitJctovv

^aacXeav.

^EifcXe^av BooheKa dp'^ovre^iy d^tovi, (ppovificoTaTOv;'


ol eft rjTav dp')(^ipeL<i k ol eft (pXafiirovpcdpoL'
GrvvdrJKe<i

Ki

opKov eiroLKav vd eyXe^ovv ^acnXea


tov 0eoi/, dvev Tpoirov koI BoXov. KeXXlv eKel
tov<;

925

fie

TTtaTOcrvvrj

*Eicre^7fo-av elae
OTTft)?

airoKXelaav
Tfj<;

TOV vd KXrjpcocrovaLV tov ^acnXea

HoXTy?.

UoXXd
Bt

eTapa'xevTTfaav dXXr/Xcof; fie tov<; X6yov<i

ov ofiov OVK ecria^av vd irolaovv fiaatXeav

930

Bo'

ov

TLve<i

eXeyaaiv koX cr^oBpa eTraivovcrav


918
iv

903 dipQv TOV


929, 930
cf.
5t'

raOrtw
8l6v,

oS] the MS.

has

but

927 ir\ripd)crov<nv 929 6k iaia^v and v are often not to be distinguished,

104, 963 diov.

921 enlpaai

o/jlov

f.

IS""

opKOvs iKdfiav va vLaovu

922 eyXi^av 925 aviprpdirov

924 alwdijKas 923 dpxveX'ns 926 e(Ti^T)aav eh Ka/Mcpa diro/cX.

927

^os TOV

va y\^^ov<n dia^aaiXevs

929

briarri Sev o/ji.o<povov(ra<n

930 t6

X^a<ri

rd eTaivojJca

'

64

TA XPONIKA
Tov hovKav 'yap
tt)?

Beverm?,

<j>p6vt,iJL0v

k iinhe^tov,
aWrJXtu?,
Beverca^.

'

K ekeyav

on

d^to^ rjrov hia ^aaiXka^.

YLl cltto rrf^ r6a7)<; Tapa')(rj^ oirov el^aa-iv

oKCLTTOio^ rjXdev

eiire

ro tov BovKa

T7j<;

935

K*
rrjv

CKclvof;,

0)9 7rav(f)p6vi/jLo<;

et?

o\a

i7rcB^co<;,
<l>povL/jLov<;,

<T7rovBai(M)<!

dirrfkOe et9 iKcvov<; tov<; SooScKa


aicpL0')(TV'jr7j(Tev

Ovpav

Bia va tov d<f>Kpaa-Tov(riv,


""A/s^oj/re?, d<l>Kpa(TTrJTe

Kol elirev
'

ovt(o<; tt/do? avTov<;'

6/cd7roLO<;
TTcy?

\6yov<;

/jbe

-^^epevy rfkSev ki dirk(T(iicrk tov^^j


Tr}<}

940

'to
'

OKairoLoi diro iad<;, diro

dpeTTj'^ tov;,

f.

27'

(L<;

vyevt<;

kol ^povifioi,, to OeXrjfidv tou9

XiyovV

'\eyov(TLv X070U9 Trepl ifiov 0)9 Bed Tqv ^aa-iXeiav,


'

OTi

el/JLat

d^LO<;
co<;

vd

yevoo

tt](;

TIoXtj^; /3ao-t\ea9.

'

Aotirov iyWy
fjLyd\(o<;

(ppovi/juovf;

^l\ov<; koI aSeX^ou9 /tou,


6 )eo9
e/j-ev

945

'

T0i)9 v'X,cipL(TTw*

vd

Tov<;

to

crTpeyjtpy
T01/9.

'to etTTacTLv Koi Xeyovaiv Bid


''O/juo^ iyo) diro
'

tov dBeX^ov
'^^^ "^^^

tov eou
ifiev,

T7]v

x^P^^

Bo^av

ovBev evpi(TK(o

eh

Xiyco (ttov ivvavTov fiov,


fjurj

ToaovTTjv dBiaKpio-Lv, vd

to iyveopl^cD,

950
'

OTL t9 TO Kov/jLOv TT]^ BevcTia'; e^i^rjaav dvOpwiroi


yv(6(Tco^ fjLyaXr)<i

kov o-TpaTLd<;, ooardv

/cat els

dXXovs

TOWOVS
*

dXXd
TO
'Ez/

Tivdf;

ovk

<j)Ta(Tv ttotc

tov eh Toarjv Bo^av,

o-TCfifia

TO paaiXiKov vd tov to
ard<;

e^ow

cfiOpea-eL.

'

TovT(p

TrapaKdXw,

(W9 <f>tXov<i ki dBeX<l)ov<; /jlov,


t)

955

'

vd

Trdyjfova-tv

Td cTKdvTaXa,
i/juev

Tapa^Vi ^^ Xoyia*
fcal

KL oaoc eXaXrjaeTe Bid


eTraipvoD eyoD

vd yevoo ^a<rtXea<;,
|

tovs X6yov<; tou9

T9

^ft)z/e9

Wof elirav,
OfJbdBcL

f'

28'

KOL 6eT(o dirdvo) KOL a9


960
'

eh

avTd<;

/c

eyo) tov eBiKov /jlov


TTOt'^a-COfJLeV

/JLL^co/jLv

KoX Tcov dXXoov, vd

Twv BmBeKa

Trjv eKXoyrjv,

vd irXrjpwOy to irpayjiay

940

bKaTTOtoi

949

vh. /ii) rriv

955

<TKai>5a\a.

Cod.
933

931 Koi

tribi^Q

932 Kal

X^av

iris

^vc a^voj 5ta/9a<riX^as

vh.

y4vri
j8.

Kal dird r^v rSarj rapaxfj orovxao-iv


TT.

934

i^Xde Katrerov tov fiTov^ifj

935 KoL kUtos 6


ffKorriov sict

936

ajred^os

937

938 tpriKpaaT'^e

940

arroaiis

tov

aKp7j6KT-^irure 5ia vav Toi>i

941 bs

^pti>vijft.tas

'

TOY MOPEQZ
P rov SovKa yap
iXeyav
Trj<i

65
eTTiBi^iov,
f.

Bei/eriW,

<t)p6vLfiov,

123^

on

d^Lo^ evi rrj^ ^aarCkeim.


t6<T7]<;

Ki
935

diro

Trj<;

Tapa^V'* OTTovxacrcv aXXt;X9,


Bej^erict?.
i'JTcBe^to<;,

OKOLTTOLO';

TO diTeacoaev tov SovKa


(o<;

K'

KLV0(;,

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"

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fjurjv

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vd
rrj?

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eh

to KOVfiovv
p,eydX7}<^

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a-Tpareia^, ooadv koI

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eh

Tov<i

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"

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(popeaei.
jjlov,

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e^ovaLv

" EiV TovTcp ad<; irapaKaXw, 0)9 ^iXov<i kl dBeX<f>ov<i


955 " "

vd

Td axdvTaXa, rj rapa^J), ra XoyLa, Td eXaXrjaaTe Bl i/juev vd yevco pa(TLXea<;'


7rd'\jrov<TLV

" 7raLpV(o eyoi) tov<; X6yov<; tov<; kol t69 (fxove*; ottov elirav,

"koi

deTca dirdvco

" KL a? /jLL^oofie KoX

eh avTou<^ KayoD tov eBiKO fioV Twv dXXwv, vd iroLcrcofjuev d/ndBi


\

960 " Tcov BcoBeKa ttjv eKXoyijv,

vd

irXr)p(o6fj

to irpdyixa'
955 ffKcivSaXa

f-

124'!

940 dperi^ Tovs 957 ^Te


Kal eiiyevTis to
<tt6i>

948 aropo

fiaxyrdv fiov

d.

tov \4yi

945 t6 evxto<to\jti\ drjaKpTjai

946
va

8r]a

fih

948

"fi^pi^a-KO

VLavTbv fiov
Toir.
f.

949
15^

fxlw tIu/ yu.

950

kov/xoOv

951 oXovs

956 vayivo

Kal TOV d\6v KcU as irXripodri rd irpdfia


S.

957 Tas <f>ovds 960 omitted

959

d.s fjt-v^ofiev

'

66

TA XPONIKA
" Ki a<i rroLrj(T(Ofiev Bia " OTTOv evL a(j)PTi]<;

^aatkeav top kovtov BaXBov^lvov


a^evT7)<^
Trj<;

<f)V(Ti/c6<;,

^tXavrpta^i

"

evTifio^;

va evi /Saa-iXeas
01

cltto oXov^;

tov ^ovaa-aTOv."

965

^AKOvacov ravra

BcoBe/ca oirov ad^i a^rjyov/j,ac,

OTTOV rjaav 6X01 eKX')(Tol va itoitjo-ovv ^aatXia,

ivravra iavyKare^rjaav

kl 6X01 to iarepyrjaav'
fxa^tofxevoi,

aweKei earj/cooOrjaav oirov rjaav

eh TO iraXaTL a7rr)X6acnv avTov tov


970 iXdXijcrav

^aaLXe(o<;'

va acopevTovv

01

7rdpTe<;

tov (fiovaaaTov, k iSiopOwa-av,


evt.

va aKovdOvv <Tr)v d7r6Kptaiv>,

ttjv elirav

TOV ^aaiXeco^;
YLl
6i9
TO,

Trjv 6KXoyrjv,

to ttoIo^ '^p(oaTL va
ol 7rdvTe<;

d^oTOV iacopevrrjaav
iraXdTia
tcl

tov ^ovaadTov

XafiTTpd tov fiacnXeox^ eKetva,

975 va<i diro tov<^ BwBeKa, 6 (l>povc/jbcoT6p6<; tou?,

TOP Xoyov TOV(; i^daTa^ev, ifKpdvcaev


TO
TToj?
/jL

to irpdyfiay
fJueydXrjv,

f.

a8'

^o^ov tov ^6ov,


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fie

'jrpocro')(r]v

TOV KOVTOv
prjyav
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IloXeft)? /col

Trj<;

pa(TLXeia<i oXt;? t^? Vwfjiavia^.

980

'

KKovawv TavTa
yap k

ol diravTe'^, ixiKpoi re Kal /jieydXoiy

ol irXovcnoi
elf;

ol evyevcKoi, to kolvov, to (jiovaaciTOy

a(f>6Bpa to dyaTrrjaaaiv,

iaTep^av

ki

d(f>Lpu>(Tav,

6 KOVTOf;

yap

6 YlavTOvrj^

vd

evt ^aacXea^;.
aTejjb/uLa

Hi^epaacv tov ^a(TLXe(0<; to


985

Kal tov crdKKOV,


are

eaTeyjraaiv k evTvaav tov

(0(;

jSaaiXeaVy

Xeyco,

ev<^J]iJL7)crav

k eBo^aaav,

co? irpeirei

kl 009 Xa')(^dvei.

Kt d^oTov TOV
(TKavTaXov
6t9

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eyivr] ^aaCXea<^y

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Toi'9

Aov/jbirapBoviy ae

XaXw,

6/xolo}<;

Kal

eh tov9

^payKLaKov<;,
966 iK\KTol 978 4K\4y^a<riv
Cod.
iv

967 ivraida

971 &Koi<rav

974

eKclva tov

j3a<r.

986

i<f>ififX7)<Tap

988 (TKdvdaXov
963 5tar^
972
ttjv

961

iriaujtiev

rbv KbvraL ^ak5ov^i]vo


^aaiXeus airbXov tov
</>.

962

birbve
biro6(rav

964 Kal
irelos

ivT. brik

966

eyXeKTi^
irpbaevxw

967 Kal 6\\oi Tb eaTip^ay


eyXoyl

968

eaoKbd-rjaav

971 omitted
g'j'j

XP^^TV

vb,

eve

976 tov epdaTa^evTrpafia

TOY MOPEQZ
P
" Ki

67

a% iroiawfjiev hia ^aatkia rov kovto M.iraXhov^lvov

" OTTOvat dcfyevrrjf; <j>vcrLKo<; " Bi

r^? a<^6VTia<i

Trj<;

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tou9 irdvTa^;

ov evac

vy6vr}<i

kol

d^Lo<;,

')(^p')](rc/iio<;

etV

" Kal d^io<; Bed ^acriXea dir


965

okov to

(fyovao-dro."
d(f)r)yov/jbaLf

'H/toucxa?

ravra

01

BcoBeKa ottov ad^

oirovaav 6\oo eK\e')(Tol vd iroia-ovv ^aariXiav,

ivravra io-vyKareffrjKav koX oXol to eaTep^av

eKeWev
6t9

iarjKcodrjcrav ottov rjaav avvayixevoL,

TO TraXdTi rjKdaaiv avTOv tov l3aac\ico<;'

970 iXdXrjcrav

vd crvva')(Tovv ol
Trjv diroKpKTCV,

7rdvT6<;

tov (povaadTov,

vd r}Kov(Tovv

t elirav kol (opdcjaav,


yevrj.

TOV ^aaiXew^i
^Eirelv
6t9

ttjv

eKkoy^v, Troto? fiiXXet vd

yap

eavvd')(Tri(jav ol 7rdvTe<;
I

tov (jyovaaaTOv
f.

Ta

Xa/jLTTpd

TraXaTta tov ^aaLXeco^; eKeivov,

124'" 11

975

eh
TO

diro Tov<i BwBeKa, 6 yvcocrTLKcoTepo^; tov<;,

TOV Xoyov T0U9 e^daTa^ev, e^dviaev to irpdyfxay


irS)^ fie

^o^ov tov 0eoO,


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fjue

Trpoaevy^rjv /xeydXyVy

TOV

fcovTOv
YloXr)'^,

eKXe^av

Bid

^aonXeav
^wp^avia^.

Trj^i

T^9 noX7;9 KOI


980

TTJ^

paaiXeia<;

6X7]<;

Trj<^

"ilKovo-av TavTa ol dp^ovTe^, pLtKpol re Kal

/jueydXoi,,

o-(f)6Bpa

TO TjyaTrrjaaa-Lv, eaTpe^av kl d^ipSxrav,

OTi 6 k6vto<^ yiiraXBov^lv vd evau ^aaiXea^;.


Toi) ^aatXeox; 7](l)epav to aTe/jb/xa Kal tov aaKKov,
985
r)(f>epav

Kal eare-^av tov

ct)9

/SaaiXea,
irpeirei

(rd<;

Xeyco,

v<p'^/jir}aav,

eBo^aaav,

0)9

Kal dp/mo^ei.

Kt

difiOTOV

TOV iaTeyjraaiv k

eyivf) ^aaiKea'^,

(TKavToKo

fjLeya

eyiveTOv Kal Tapa^rj /jLeydXr)

i9 Tot'9 AovfjLTrdpBov;,
Tcro^ovfiy

ae XaXcj,

6/jlql(o^

et9

tov<;

^pav-

964
977 986

jSacriXeiJs

966 iKXcKToi
cod.

irpbs ii{?)x'ni', cf.


i^Tfifirjaav

967 i(TUoyyaTi^r]Kav 971 rd iiKoijaovv 982 icrdp^^av /cat apbcav 978 ^XdvTpav

988 aKdvdaXo 979


ttjs irdXris

978 983
987

^^X^lai' /SairtXea;'

980 aKovaovraTO 984 rb arifia

air.

f.

16""

Kovres ydp

jSaXSov/STjs vd. ^ve

985 eari-^av

ads

\^yo

986
yutfero

Kal <pij/xiaav Kal dS^aaav

<rT^\J/ovaii'

988 /x4ya

989

Xovfiir.

airavTas

ofJLolus

Kal (ppdvyKovs
52

Kal to adKov

TTjx^vri

68

TA XPONIKA
OTTOV dyairovo-av koX rjOeKav va yevp 6 fiapK6(T7)<;
eic6Lvo<;

H
991

'yap

rov M.ov^apa, oirov ijrov


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eh

TO,

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to

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i 29'

KtVO<; 6 /JLialp 'A/9fc9,

VT "AvTOvXo TO eTTtKXTJV,
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995

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aicdvTaXa vd ia^va-rj.

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elirev^

eKadoBTjyrjaev, &>?
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oirov rfTOV

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1000
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15

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4 iyiverov Kal 8 6 ^affiKevs

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69
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995

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elirev

k eKadoStjyeyjrev
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k
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"

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15

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irXi/idos

(ppajKbv eaKorbdrjaav koI dX-^ yXirbcra

Kal

/SaatX^as

TTOV yXrjTb<Ta

PaXdov^ijs
koiX

ets

rd iraX^a TraXdrrja

iKiffae

eKare^vye

fie kIJ/ov$

kti

tov diroKXijaacL Kal aiTbs

e7ri5e|eiJri

88

TA XPONIKA
0)9

H Ki
TO

elBe

irovro 6 ^acrtXeu?

iKelvof; 6 'QaXhovlvo^y

ttS)^

top diriaTqaacTLV to
fieTci Toiif;

yvo<; Tcav Vco/jLaicov,

eKelae iKaTe(\)v^ev
'Sttov

^pdyKov<; o\ov<;
et?

rjaacTLV

yap

fieT

avTov

Ta iraXaua irdXaTia'
fc

1300 e/tt eiro\efjbov(Tav


'129 eihev

top ol TovpKoi

ol Vayfialoi,

yap

6 fiaaLXeut; iKelvo<i 6
to,

BaXBovivo^

Kapdffcv
eh avTo
5

TO

7ra)9

TOP eKaTCLKXeiaav eh
ihie^riKev eKel fxe

TraXaca TraXaTta,
vTrrjp'x^ej

eZ% i^alperov, p.eya, Xafiirpov

Tpeh %tXiaS9 dXXov<;'


ttjv

ttTTO

TTjv

HoXt} e^e^7]crav,
o-ttjp

daXaaaav

eirXe'^^av,

eaoyaav

e^e^Tjaav e^co
'E/C6t rjTov

Mopo^aaiav, eKelae dTnrXitceyjrav' eh ttjv yrjv k eh rov Mopeav eawaav.

T0T6 o irpiyKLTra^ cKelvof; 6 TvXcdfiof;'

TO fidOei OTL rjXOe 6 ^aauXevfi ^Xdev eh diravTrjV tov,


10

TToXXd yap tov

eTLfjirjaev

0)9 ^a(riXev<;

ottov tJtov.
ttjv

f.

38'

'O ^aatXev<i eairovha^e v direXdrj eh eXiTi^ovTa, <XoyL^ovTa> vd tov e^ovv


6

^vaiv,

/3or)67](Tec

na7ra9

fie ttjv ^EKKXrjalav kl 6 Vrjya<; 77)9

^payKia^,

<f)0V(TadTa
15
oiria-oi

vd tov Bcoaovatv Ka\


(TTpa(f>fj

av/jCfj^x^^^ fJLeydXrjv,

irdXe vd

eKelae

eh

ttjv

UoXlv.

*Kv TOVT(p eve/juelvaaLv ttoXXoI diro tov Xaov tov


e/cel

yap

fie

tov TrpiyKiira eKelvov tov VvXidfioVy


J
'^

eh

Xoyidfiov vd Tov'i evpfj eKelae 6 jSaatXea^;


'Srrrov

aTo aTpififia
10 ^FiKelvot

rfXin^ev tov vd aTpa<f)fi dir eKelOev.

ydp

evefietvav 'Sttov tov<; ovofid^cj.

'O irpwTo^
Trjv firjTrfp

6 fjLtalp 'Ao-eX^9, vTe I^tovO elx^v to iirLKXijv,


Tf]<;

avTdSeXcpo^i tjtov tov l^aiaaaprj eTOTe

UoXeov,

tov fiialp NT^<f)pe eKelvov VTe l^TOVpvdrj ijnjpev eh yvvalKav tov k evifieive eh tov tottov.
rjTo 6 fitalp B7;X69, VTe
T7J<;

25

^KiravTOv

'Avoe

eZ%i/

to eTTLKXrjv,

^TTOu 17T01/ Trp(OToaTpdTopa<;


1296 pdKSov^Lvos
I

V(Ofiavia^ t6t'

fiaXdov^ivos
rriv fiijp

99 iraXala ToXaLa

1300 rbu iiroXe/xovaav


5 irdXiu

ol <f>pdyKOt

8 erore

14 vd

t6,

2^

Cod.

1303 Kapd^rj
5 erXeixTa

-jfixe

e^^pero

^s

a&rovs

fi^ffa e<r^/Si/KC fii

eyXirSaa

t6t 6 irpQ/yK7)iros

yovXiifios

6 iaoffav

(rrrjv

fiovo^aaid

dirXiKe^ffav

kUIovs Toi>

K1j

lo /SacrtX^as

ir vd iXdi}

12 iir\.

'

TOY MOPEQl
P

89
i/cvvo<;,

Kt

ft)9

elSev TOVTO 6 ySacrtXei)? o BaXdouy9^9

TO 7rw9 TOP dinaTrjaaa-LV to yevo^ T(av VoDfialcov,


eKelcre eKaTd(\)vryV fierd

tov^ ^pdytcov;
et?

'6\ov<;

OTTOV rjaav Tore jxeT


[300

avrov

rd iraXaid TraXdna'
01
Voy/jLalot.
f.

eKel TOP iiroXi/Jbrfo-av ol

TovpKOi k

'n? elSe

yap

^aaiXev^

6 Ba\Bov^r}(; eKelvo^

129'

Kapd^tv
t?
5

TO TTW? Tov

aiTOKKeKTao'L (TTO iTokaLov iraKaTLy


e^aipeTOv, pbeyav, XafjuTrpov V7r?7/)%,
fi

elx

avTO yap icre^ijKev

aXXovq Tpel^ ^tXtaSe?*

dire TTjv 110X77 e^efirjaav, Trjv

OdXaaaav

iiridcrav,

iaaxrav aTrjv M^ovo^acriav, eKel dTreaKoXdaav,


i^e^rjaav 6t9 tov Mopeav, iaoocrav eh tov
'E/et riTO
Kdfjbirov,

TOTe 6 7rpLyK07ra<;

iKivo<i 6

Tov\id/jLO<;

TO fxddeL Sid TOV ^aaiXev '^XOe 81


10

dTrdvTrjalv tov,

TToXXd yap tov

iTifirjcrev

co?

^acrtXeix; '6irov '^tov.


et'9

'O jBaa-iXev^ eaTrovBa^e vd direXOr] r)X'irit^ovTay Xoyl^ovTa vd tov e^ovv


i^ovaacLTa va tov Bwaovaiv Kal
15
6iTi(T(o

Tr]v

Avaiv
^pdvT(ra<;,
fjueydXrjv

jSorjOijaei
Trj^i

6 IlaTra? Ate Trjv *^KKXr]criav kl 6 Vriya<i 6

au/ji/jia'X^iav

Bed vd (TTpa^y irdXiv eKel et? Tr)v TioXiv.


evejJLeivaa-L

Et9 TOVTO

iroXXol eK tov Xaov tov

eKel jjbeTa tov irplyKiTrav eKelvov tov VovXtdfiov,


t9 Xoyvo-fibv

vd tou9 evp^ eKel

^aaiXea^
crTpacj)?} avr'

f.

i'29' 11

CTTO (TTpefijULav TO ep.TrdvTe')(ev

tov vd

eKelOev.

20 ^RKelvoc

7rpa)T09

yap direfMeivav oirov tov<^ oovo/jid^av' ydp 6 alp WpaeXTjf;, vTe Sovd el^ev to iiriKX'qv.

25

OTToy 7]T0V TTpcoToarTpaTopat; rore t^9 V(OfjLavia<i


1299 traXia
i6 iK T(av Xanav
TreiffripovTa va toxovv

1308

irp-ZivyyTjiras

ir /SaciXXei/s

15

irdWlw

17

Kr] fxe

ra rbv

irp.

^4

<P-

tuvtov duiaovai
18 vav rods
f.
"'"<'

16 dTrofilwaai

e/c

rbu

yCKtfKfitap

21'

19 5ia va (rr/)a0^

airb KTidev

21

/A970'e/3

ao-AT/s JTevToi;^

^X^

^""t/cXttu

23

fiTjaep T^e(t>pkv

24 ey^fxlwav

25 aT^ ktov

rou

22 Ac^aapos
/SiyXes
eirLirXljilb

fxif}<xkp

26 Tore

90

TA XPONIKA
irplr/KiTraq evepyeariav rrjv ''KpKahiav

rod iS&Kv.
f.

*Evfieivav ol vre MirXaOol k iKelvoL ol vre Bpi]6ot. Nt6 'A/JLTrrf rjo-av reaaapOL aheX^oi^ vre ^Avrj rjaav

38'

dWot
1330

Bvo.

"AXXo?
6fjbOL(o<;

'^Tov vre Ae<nrrjyyd<i koX irKelaroL

aWoL (TipyevT<;'

KoX apxovT<; Vcofialov'

ivifiecvav k iKCtvot,

TOv<; oiroiov^
(1)

ovk

ovofjid^co

ere

Bed rrjp 'Tro\vypa(\>iav.


Trdyfrcj

'Ej/raura OeKw diro rov vvv vd


Te9 TTpd^e^ OTTOV eirpd^ao-Lv ol

rd ae
eKelvoL,

Xeyo),

^acnXeh

35

JlaXatoXoyo^ dXXd
Btarl aTTOvBd^o)
Kada)<;

Br)

ki 6 BaXBov^r}<i eKelvo^,

vd aTpa^M ek
ttjv

to irpOKeifievov

fiov,

to

e7re%6t/[)7;cra

Bid vd 7rXr)p(6a(o tt)?


1328 Perhaps also fJurXaadoL eiraOcraai, 35 dWaSri

ek dpxv^ toO Xoyov, dpxv^ tov irpoXoyov to TsXof;.


32
ov Kal dvofi.

33

ivravda

34 oirov

Cod.

1327 Seta ^epyeaia

rrjv

apKadia tov Scice


ijffav

28 vri fixXaffrel Kal

KilfT] fxrk

^epedt

XeffiriU/Kas

37

eirifK-qprjaa

&\v ff^pyevres TovWdyov

29

fXT^ a/iiri

vre &vv

d6o dXr)

30 dXos

rp-ov

re

31 ofios

32 ovKcvoixai^o yap

36 aTOvdi^o)

In the edition of Buchon the


I prefer to

first

book or Prologue ends with


the
first

line 1332.

But

add the following


which seems
ttcDs
ol

six lines to the

Prologue, thus concluding with


part has

the

word

riXos,

to

show that
k.t.X.

come

to

an end.
title

The
of the

following line: t6

^pdyKOL

has been selected as the


Metrical
titles

second part and numbered as line 1339.


romaic, for instance
:

are quite frequent in


t^<j}v,

51777770-15

iraidofppacxTos

rdv TerpaToduiP

Carmina

gr.

"Wagner; and in the same way the line of the Chronicle very It is only contained in clearly expresses the argument of the following part. cod. H and T, and is not, as is usually the case, written in red ink, nor is it

med.

aevi, ed.

placed perspicuously at the head of a


division

new

section.

Still I

am

in favour of this

which seems
;

and

1.

1342

we

be suggested by the words of the Chronicle, cf. 1. 1338 must also consider that none of the mss., not even cod. H,
to

contains the original chronicle.

the lines of the Chronicle continuously,

of unity I have numbered all and indicated in parentheses the corresponding lines of Buchon's editions of H and P. Furthermore, I remark once for all that in the second part the notes relating to H and P will be shortened as much as possible. Misspellings, puristic spellings and

For the sake

mere abbreviations, current in the times when the MSS. were written, will be excluded from the apparatus, and only such deviations from the common romaic form as are perceptible to the ear and thus denote a variation of
sound will be registered, while those which
refer to the eye,

and only mark

TOY MOPEQZ
P
Kal eSeoKev rov 6 fiTrpiyKLira^ Bcjpov ryv ^ApKaBlav.
'EiV6/jL6i,vav

91

ol vre

UXadrj kl avrol

ol vre ^eprjOce.

01
Kol

VT6 'Att^ ^(Tav reaa-apoi, ol vre ^Avrj rjaav Bvo.

1330 *'AXXo9 17TOZ/ VT6 A6(T7rtya<i ki

dWot ttoWoI

a-epyevTe^'

dWoo

dp^ovre^ Vcofiaiot
ov vofid^co
tov<;

ive/jueivav iicelae,

Tov<; 6iroiov<s

Sod rrjv TroXvypa^iav.


ira'^^a}

^EiVravra deXco aTTO rov vvv va

tcl

ae Xeyco,

T69 TT/jafe? OTTov eirpa^av ol ^aaikel^ iKtvoc,


35

TIa\,ato\6yo<;

dWd

Brj

kl 6 ^apBov^r)^;

e/cvo<;,
/jlov,

Btarl (TTrouBd^ci) vd GTpa<^5i el^ to irpOKelfJievo


Ka6ti><;

TO

e'n'L')(elpr}a'a

et? Tr]v dp')(r)v

tov \6yov,

Bid vd TrXrjpooa-ay tt]^ dp^rjf; tov irpooTov \6yov TeXo<;,


1328 margin
aiiTT^
:

VT

jS.

33 ivTWLida
libri

6. airb

toUHIw va

iraiiau)

38 In the

finis

primi

traditional or arbitrary spelling, will be omitted. In some special cases, however, graphical peculiarities, as for instance cLKovfi^pKevdos 1282, '^ad-rfKev P 1189 etc. will be noted; they are important, considered from the point of

view of romaic phonetics.

TO nns
01

^PAFKOI EKEPAIIAN

TON TOnON

TOY M0PEQ2
H
1 34 1

'EttcI

Kal eypoiKO^
TTpeTrec

av elaai yvcoarcKo^ k i^evpea ra et? rrjv ypa<f)rjVy rd Xeyco vd

ere

7/3a</)ft),

a7rLKd^r)<;,

vd eKardXa^e^; rov TrpoXoyov oirov elira ^i^Xlov fiov Trfv dp')(r)v to ttw? to CKaraXi^a eh rov
dp')(r)V

f-

^Ti Sl
45

defJLeXlov elira to ttJ? Xvpla<;,


Trj<^

ma'avTco'i tt}? 'Ai/aToX^9, eireiTa

TVoXeov,

TO

7r(o^

Toif<;

tottov^; eKeL\vov<^
(pepo)

iKephiaav ol
ere

^pay/cot

39'

OTTO)?

vd eXOo) Kol

ae koX vd

KaTaXe^cOy

TO TTW? ol ^pdyKOL eKephiaav

ojjloIw^

koX tov Mopeav.

Kt dv ^^9 ope^LV vd
50

dKovrj<; irpd^e^;

KaXwv aTpaTicoTOOV,
7rpoK6-yjrrj<;.

vd

fjuddjjf;

fcal

TracBeveaai,,

Xd')(rj

vd

Et
(20)

/jLv

i^evpei,'!}

ypdfifiaTa, inda-e v

dvayLvaKrKTjfi'
/jlov,

et

T elaai irdXi dypdfi/juaTOf;, icddov aifid


iXTTL^co,

dcbKpd^ov*

dv elaav

(f)p6vLfio<;,

otl

vd

Sca(f)op7j<Ty<;,

iirel

TToXXol diro dcpijyrjcre^ KeLV(ov tcov iraXalcov,

55 oTTov
'Ei/

rjXOaaiv fieTa i/ceivMv, iTrpoKoyjrav fieyaXw^i.


T0VT(p dp^ojxaL dir iBcj kl d<f>Kpd^ov
Trj<;

ra ce

'O

KovTo^i 6 irapd^evof; eKclvof;


(T

TaafjL7rdvia<;

Xeyco.

OTTOv

elira

eh

ttjv dp')(r)v

Stovtov tov ^ifiXiov,


50 iXKAxil

1341 X^ets

Cod.
45

1339

ffep5e(ra'

42 CKaraivaPes
f.

01/6x0X17$

46

iKip5e<Tav

ai^

44 de/iiXiov 43 KaraXi^a 49 vaKoOs 51 i] fih Kal ^eipen

TO na^
01

ct^PAfKOI

EKEPAIIAN

TON TOnON

TOY MOPEQS

P
1350

Ka av
va Ea
/jlv

ayairdf; Sia va dKov<; Trpafe? KaXcov (TTpaTKOTWV,

f.

129'',

/JidOr}<;

vd iraihevea-ai, dv
ypdfi/jLaTa,

TV')(ri

vd

TrpoKoyjrrjf;.

(p. 32)

77^u/3fc9

avyvd

dvayivfjUdKi ra*
ai/jid
fjuov,

elra kol elaac dypa/nfjuaryf;, Kadov

fidOe,

Ki oXttl^cOj dv elaai <pp6vifio^, rov vd hua^opea-rj^i'

irdKkol
55 57roL

an

tt}? i^rjyijaeoof; twz/

iraXavoiv

i/celvcov,

rfkOaaiv fier

eKeivov^j CTrpoKo^frav jxeydXco^.


iBco,

'Ej; TovTft)

dp^ofxat air

aKove vd ae

Xeyco.

'O

k6vto<; 6 7rapd^6vo<; eKelvof; rrj^ Ta-a/Jb7rdvia<;

oirov Tov elira


1349 diavaKovs
iipriy.

eh

rrjv dp')(r}v

irovrov rov jSc^Xlov,


52 iJTa Kal
otffe

51 ypd/xfJcaTo] ypdra

54
/S.

iirij iroXijs

56 irovTO
rt

57 irapa^ivos

58

ti/oiJtoi;

rov

52

el

JToAf

Kadov Kal a<pVKpd^ov

54 dirb a0i77i7<res

55 fiera Klwbv

57 Kovrai

58

(Tou ^Tra

94

TA XPONIKA
OTTOV ap)(^L(Tv TO TTepa/iia kol to Traaa-dr^o eKelvo

1360 /LtTa Toi)?

aWou?

erepov^ vyeviKOv<; avOpwirovi


rrjv

V dirikdrj efcelae

rdcpov

el'i

XvplaVy

eh tov ^ptarov rbv

eKKe^av tov hid


49

K<f)dKrjv

koX fiijav KaireTavov


f.

Ta

<f>ov<TadTa ottov e^x^^^^ eTOTe ol ireXeyplvoiy


d(\>rjyrj6T]v.

39'

Kol eireaev kl direOavev^ Ka6a)<; ae to


65

El^ev

KL

dWov^

8vo dSeXcjyov^ SevTepov; diro avTov.


/jLa6av to ttw? ol

Ki wadv dKOvcrovv k
d(f>r]Kav

^pdyKOL

eKelvoi,

OTTOv virayalvav aTrjv

^vpiav

fie

OeXrj/jba

tov TLdira,
ttjv

to Ta^eiBcv tov<; kl dirrfKOav


ttjv Vcdfiavlav
o/jlov

eh

Uokiv

K eKephiaav
70

k iyivrjaav

d<f>evTe^,

^ovXrjv aTrtjpao-Lv

eKelvoL ol hvo avTaBeX<l>oi'


ifcel

vd
(40)

fielvrj

va<; drro

avTov^

eh to ljovlkov
vd

Tov<i,

KL

<6>

aX,Xo9 vd direXOr)

eh

Taj/Jbavlav Sta

KepBlcrij

TOTTOV.

AoLTTOv

009

TO e%et epL^LKOv

rj

x^P^^ '^^^ dvOpcoirfOV,


irpooro'^LV kol %/?ti',

KL ovSev ojJLOLa^ovv ol dBe\<j)ol


75

eh

TjTOv 6 vdTepvoTepO'^ ajro tol'9

Bvo avTahe\<f>ov^
tov<;.

OKdTL iiTLhe^LWTepo^ Kal

(jypovLficoTepo^;

K'

l(TLd(TT7)aav ol

hvo

dBe\<l>OL, 6 irpoiTO'^ v

ive/jLelvp

KLae

eh to kovtuto tov
\

eKelvo

KL 6 SeuTpo9 dird
80 elx'^v Kal eiTLKX'qv 6

tov<;

Bvo

ttj^;

Tcra/nirdvLaf},
f.

p.Lalp VovXLajjLo^ olko),

40'"

\6you

rov, tov

eXeyav VTe Xa\ov6e

<oaa> Tj/juiropeL vd eirdpr) /jueTa eKelvov, vd eXOy eh Vcopuavlav tov vd )(7} KOvyKeaTrjaeL KaaTprj kol x^p^'^ TLiroTe vd Ta exxi lyovLKa tov. O k6vto<; ydp tov e^eScoKev oaov XoydpLV elx^,
vd
evpT]

^ovacraTa

KeLvo<;

85

Kal elirev
" a(f>evTr)^ " eirape

tov

" ^ ASeX<f)ovT(TLKe, d<f>(av 70) evefjuevco

eh ra KaaTprj
evx^Taa

fia^

k eh to iyovLKOv
/jLa<;

fia^,

to XoydpLv fia^ Kal ra KOLvd


fiov ofioUof; Kal
ip.

oXa
fia^,
cf.

" KL a}ie fie ttjv


1362 Kal iK\.
81
iiropei

tov iraTpo^
75 d5cX0oiJs,

66 dKovaei

73 ws rb ^XV "s rb

70

82 vd

fKd-^ Kal iKeipos

Cod.
KOI

1359 6To6pxv<reTra(rdvT^o

61

i]s

tov kv'

62 iyXi^av

Kairerdprjo
if/,.

64 Kal

iriae Kal

awbdave

65 deOrepos

66 Kal
7
r

bs i^Kovaav

68

air-^Xdape

6g Kal Kipbiaav

70

eir-fjpaffUxt

i^ auToiJs

yovtiKd

72 Kal &\os drja vaircXOi)

73 X. io% t6xv pV^V^b

75

^v^rep-

TOY MOPEQI
P
^TTOU dp'^taev to irepa/uLa i/Civo to iraaadvT^o
1360 fie Tov^

95

dXXov^

Tov<i CTcpovf; ev^yevLKOv^; av6p(oirov^

vd direkOovatv
TCL^O

^9

tt^v

^ovptav, eh tov ^piaTov tov

eKke^av tov hid Kc^aXrjv koI

/j^eyav KaireTCLVLov

eh Td
65

(f>ov(TadTa irov eXyaaiv t6t6 ol TreXeyplvoi,,


d\<pi]y7]dr]v.
f.

Koi riXde TOV 6 OdvaTo^, Kadcb^s to

129^11

Et%v

fcal

Bvo dSe\(l>ov^ BevTepov<; dir

eKelvov.

Ka

<W9

TfKOVcrav koI e/madav to tto)? ol ^pajKLO-Kavoi,

irov vTrayalvav aTrjv


d<j>rjKav

XvpLav

fie

OeXrjfia

tov UaTra,
ttjv

TO Ta^elBiv tov^ k virrjyav eh

TLoXlv,

Trjv Vcofiaviav eKephio-av

k eylvrjKav d^evTe^,

70

^ovKrjv eirripaaLV

ojjlov

ol Svo avTahe\<^oi'

vd
6

fielvTj

6 el? aTro Keivov<^ eKel ctto yovcKov tov^,

aXXo9 vd Tray arrjv Toyfiavlav tov vd Kephiarj tottov. AoLTTOV G)9 eV TO pL^LKO, 7) %j0i9 T03V dvOpCOTTCOV,

ol dBe\(pol ov fiotd^ovatv

eh

irpoacdirov,

eh

%a/9ti''
(p. 33)

75 TjTov 6 vaTepodTepo^ KaX6<; koI eTTiSi^LO'^,

Kol

<f>p6vi/io(i

rjTov

TToXXd virep tov dBeX^ov tov.

Kat

eacdo-T7}<rav ol Bvo, 6 7rpa)T0<;

vd

ive/JLelvrj

Ke2cre

eh to yovtKov

eKelvo

KOi 6 Bevrepo^i diro tov<; Bvo


80 el')(ev Kol TO eTTLKXrjv

tov Xeovv fitaep TovXid/jLov, tov re XdXo) tov eXeyav


\

Trj<;

To-a/jLTrdvLaf;'

vd evprj <j)ov(To-dTa 0)9 ^fiiropel vd eirdpr} fieT eKelvov, va eXOrj kl avTo^ eh tov Mopeai^, vd e')(r) KovyKeaTrjcreL
KaaTpTj
rj

f.

130'"

tottov^; TliroTe*;

vd Td e^ovv yoviKa tov^,

O
85

k6vto<;

ydp tov

eBcoKe

oaov Xoydpiv

eZp^e,

KOL

elirev "^ABeXcfyovTcrcKe, enrelv eyci) eBoi fievo),

" eirapov to
"

Xoydpt

fia^;

kol Td KOLvd

/ia<;

oXa
fia<^f

Kal dycofie
e/c\.

/le ttjv ev'xrjv ifiev

kol tmv yoveco


74 Not
01

1362 Kal

66 (ppayyourKdvei
79 X^yovv
77 Kal (ndcrrrjcrap
roi/s dijo (l)

d5. 6fjioid^ov<n as

Buchon reads
vdrepos
f.

22'"

Tplros ydp airo 79 Kal 81 6a dv ircapl vd ir.

dKove

dvefiblvT)

78 Kourddo tovs

fa/i7r.
<t.

80

eirr)K\dv

to EXeyav re

82 vd iXdet Kal

ainrbs (TTrjv p. deia

vd KOVKOvXar-qai,
dKprj^k dbeX(f>k
ttjv evx^l

83 XV^S
a<f>6v

Tifi^orai

vd ^XV

eyu vphapiivo

84 Kovrais eSoKC 86 rjsrayoviKd fias

85 Kal

ifjireTov

88 Kal

dfxe

tov dv'

p6

TA XPONIKA
eU to eXeo? tov Seov '6tl va evrvxwV^" Tovr^ *Ei/ i7rpL(T(opyfrV k ippoyeyjrev ^ovaa-ara' t9 rrjv HATTovpyovvtav eareiXev, ijXdav ttoWoI fier
"
fc

H
1390

iXiritico

avTov,
(60)

ol fiev rrjv

aXXoi Ttvhy

poyav eiraipvav k ipxovTTjcrav fier a^rovy 'Sttov rjCTaat k eKelvot ^Xa/juovpiapoi,


i/ceivov,

oirov rjaav TrXovaLOi dvOpomroL, rjXdao-LV fier


95

Kara eh Std Xoyov tov tov va


'Ettjv

exjl KovyKeaTrjaeL.
6pfjboo(TOVVy
(.

^eveTtav d7r6(rTei\Xv
Tci

to,

irXevrLKo, vd

^o'

K evSew^

olKOvojurjcrav ^6aa rjdeXav


fjLTjvav

k i^prj^av.

Tov fidpTLOv
K
t9

i]X6acnv kl direpaaav direKei^

TOV M.opeav i<f>Tdo-ao-iv


(TTrjv
^

eh tov

fiatov Trjv irpooTTjv'

1400 eKi(T diroo-KaXtao-av


'Sttov

K')(atav to Xiyovv,

eve ehoidev

Trj<;

TlaTpov Kav heKairevTe /xCXia'

evdiax;

KaaTeXXiv
TOV

e')(TLaav

oXov

fie

Ta irXiddpia,

'Etot yap oTTov


6 TOTTO^ 0X0^
5

XaXS k eh

tov Kaupov eKelvov


KoX Trepveyei

0/060)9,

o(ro<;

TO Xiyovv HeXoTTOvveaov,

ovt(o<;

tov ovo/jud^ovVf

ovBev elx^v KaTairavTov, fiovov SooSeKa KdcrTprj.


AocTTov dcpoTOV eTTe^eyjrav eKel
e^elSrjaav

eh
to.

Trjv

kyatav^

Ta dXoya

dir

eaco K

Kapd^ia,

Kav Svo
10

^/jLepe<;

evifieivav eox; ov

vd Ta dvaTrdyjrovv,
Trjv

K' eVraura eKa/BaXXiKeylrav, dirrjXdav eh


TO fcdaTpov eTpLyvpia-av,
(OcravTcot;

UaTpav
^'41'

Kal

ttjv ')(^a)pav,

(80)

Ta TpiirovTaeTa

io-TTjaaa-cv yvptp KaTalTravToOev,

T0O9 T^aypaTopovf; e^aXav, tov iroXefiov dp'^^daav


Ki airo TOV 7rXr)dov<i tov
15

Xaov Kal tov Oapaeov


eKelvoL

TroXe/juoVy

aTTO TOV TrpcoTov eaeprfo-av (TTrjv '^oopav Trjv dir

ef.

Kt

d<j)(3v Trjv ')((cpav dirripao-iv,

Kal evOico^ eavfi^i^do-Trjo-av,


1396 irXevdiKd, being a misspelling for be excluded from the notes

yap tov KaaTpov to KaaTpov eTrapeBdoKav


will hence-

7rXei;[(r]Tt/ta (sc. Kapdfiia),

forth

Cod.

1389 Kal oXtI^o

7j$

tov

60''

to Aeos

ott)

vd eidtfxMis

90

eire-

awpcvffe Kal poy.

96
fa

air^(TT7}Xav

91
vap/x 6

fiirbp -yovi^

riXdav

95

b /cd^e^s oSeiai'd KovKyja-TT^arf

97 eKovopaaav os
Kr}d(v aTre<rKaX6a-aa-i

99
i

ktj<t

to

fi.

eaoffaffiv (tt^p
ttjs

irpoTTj
5.

TOV fxatov

1400

ovove dode

vaTpods
f.

2 ^KTTjaev oXXou

4 oaos Kal eireplxe

5 TreXbiroPTjffov

22'

TOY MOPEQZ
P
1390

97

" iXirl^o)

eh

eXeo? @eov otl va evTvxwV*-'


eareCkev, rjXOav

Ei9 TOVTO iirepia-vva^ev k e/xd^co^ev (jyovaaara*

eh <T7)V> Uovpyovvcav
avTov,
oi
/jlv

iroWol

fier

ttjv po'yav eiratpvav, ol 8'

dWoi

(fyXa/jLOvpidpoc

rjaav Koi irXovaioL dvOpcoTTOL, rjXOacTLv [xer


95 6

eKelvoVy

KaOe
VTv<i

6*9

Tov Xojov tov va e^ov KovyKeaTtjo-ec.


wp/jurjo-av,
%/3taz^.

"^rrfv

^everla aTriacoo-av, ra TrXevTi/cd

rd OLKOvofiTjaav oaa rjOeXav eh


a-rrjv

Tov

fjbdpTiov eirepaaav, iSce^rjarav eKeWev^


Trpcorrjv

eh TOV Mopeav e^raaav


TTOv evat eBcbOev r^?

tov jxatov

1400 eKelae direo-Kokoyaav (TTrjv 'A^<x|tai/ to

\eyovv

f.

130'

11

HaTpov Kav
oXov
fie

BeKairevre filXia'

VTV<; KaarTeXXtv ecTTrjcrav

to irXiOdpi.
(p. 34)

'EroT f^dp OTTOV XaXco, eh tov Kacpov eKetvov,


o TOTTOf; 0X09 TOV Mo/3ea)9, o(ro9 /cal irepie^eL...
5

ovhev

el'xev

KaTaTravTov, yuovov ScoSeKa KdaTprj.

AoLTTov d(f>ov eTre^eyjrav eKel

eh

ttjv

'

Kyaiav,

e^ri^aXav Ta dXoya dir


/cal

e<Tco

eic

Ta Kapd^ta,

Svo

/jLepe<;

efieivav

vd rd

e')(pvv dvaird'yjret.

10

^FiVTavTa eKa^aXXiKe'^aVy VTrijyav eh ttjv


TO KdcTTpov eTpiyvpiaav, wcravTco^ Kal ryv

Hdrpa*
')((i)pav,

Ta
Kal

Tpt/jLirovTO'eTa eo-rrjaav

KaTairavrov Tpiyvpov,
iroXefJiOv

Tov<;

T^aypaTopov; ejSaXav, tov


eic

dp^io-av
TroXe/JLOv,
efo).
f.

TO ttXtjOo^ tov Xaov Kal dapaeov

15 aTTo TOV TTpwTOv eore^rjaav (TTrjv 'ywpav ttjv dir

^A<j)cov rrjv %co/3a eTrrjpacnv, eKelvoi Be

tov KdaTpov

130^1

L'TU9 ea-v/JL^L^daTTjKav, to

KdaTpo eirapahoiKav
14.

1395 KoUxfyyeffT-qcei
17
i(rlM//j.p7]^d(r(rTT}Kav

1403 ivrorai

Kal iv

16 iKUrriv

fjLuJvo

Kal

d.

7 a<f>6vTov eiri^evaav

8 i^^^aXap

?^o

e/c

rd

k.

8" ra

dpfiara Kal ijKOvofich Kal


vairavTovve

oWa
14

ra (povaara

9 irhre

^^tj Tjfiipes

^Kafiav odiava

10 Kal ravra airiikdavc


fct^ ttwe

11 erpLyqpeLffe

yvpo

13 apxn<^'V

to irXi^dos

dapalov

12 Tpefiirov^ira 15 diri

/ft

16

a<p6Tov rrfv x^pa cTT^paaiv

17 koZ

om.

eaijvrjpdffTrjaav

98

TA XPONIKA
fieTa GvvOrjKa^ kl
6
d(f>op/JLrfv

H
1420

va

')(ovaLv

ra

e^LKO, rov<;,

Kara

el?

to
Trjv

oairLTi,

rov

6ixoi(o<;

koX to ehiKOV rov.


t6<? <f)v\a^e<;

Kt
diro

a<l>(i!)V

ndrpav

aTrrjpaav,

iffdXap,

TO Kaarpov

iacoTdp')(^i<Tav,

eW^

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koI

ttju

'^wpav

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dp/juara, 00? eirpeirev kl dp/jLo^ec

KL diravTOV OTrlao) ia-TpdcfyTjaav eKel

eh

rrjv ^A')(^atav. Vcofialov^i,

3ovXr)v dirrfpav yH tKeivov^ tou? tottlkov^


25

OTTOU TOi)? TOTTOi;? e^evpav, rod Kadevo<; rrjv Trpd^iv,

K elirav k icTVfx^ovXe^^rav
T)

tov<;

to ttw? evi

r)

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41 ^

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rov

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f.

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yap diroXvTTj
(opfjbTjoraaLV

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tov

ovT TTvpyov^;, 0VT6 Tei^ka e^^i


30 ^EiV

fcdv6X(o<; '9 avrrju.

TOVTW

CKel,

i^dirXcoaav rd
(100)

(j>Xd/jL7rovpa

oXopda virayaivovv, tov KaOevo^i ^ovacrdTOV

KL dcpoTOv i7rX7j(TLd(ra(TLv Kl arrjv 'AvBpafflBa,

K ifidOaaip
i^e^Tjaav

ol 'AvBpa/ScaaioL

on

ep^ovrai, ol ^pdyKoi,

fie

rov<i aravpov<^ ofMOicofi fxe rdf; el/6va<;

35 ol dp^ovTe^; koI to

kolvo

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p^ft)pa9

^AvBpa^lBov,
eKelvov.

Kol rjXOav K e'irpo(TKvvr)(Tav tov

K.a/jL7rai>ea7j

K' eKetvos,
cofjLoaev

C09

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xaXd
p,^

tov<; diroBe^TT^f

viricncriOr]

Tov<i

vd

tou9

dhiKrjari,
toi;9,

oijTe

^Tjfjila

vd XdjSovaiv diro Ta lyovcKd

40

Ti/jLijv,

Bcoped<;

vd exovatv k evepyeaia^ fieydXa^i'


diroQdvovv.
^Av8pa^LBa<;,

oXoL TOV vircofjioaaacv SovXot tov v

Kt
'Ez/

ocroz'

direKaTecTTT^aev ttjv

x^P^^

fiovXrjv eirripev pueT

avTOv<; to ttov vd (j^ovcra-aTeylry.


|

TOUTO) eBoOrj

rj

^ovXrj

o-ttjv

Kopcvdov vd direXOovv,
Pft)yLtaj/ta9,

f-

4**^

45 BiaTo evi fcdarpov <f>o^ep6v, to KdXXiov ttj^: Kal evt TO /ce^dXaioVj oirep ydp d^evTevet

oXrjv Ttjv
1418
28 Ketre
fie

HeXoTrovveaov
19

ocrov

KpaTel 6 Mo/9ea.9.
21

Ta%

(T.

tQ

bcTT. Tovs
/c.

icwrdpxw^v

27 eh rbv

29

e/s

36 eKelvov rbv
dir. els ttjv

37 diroSiKTrj

39 Xd^ovaiv]

fidWovaiv

44 vd

Kdpivdov

Cod.

1418 vdxovv TayovTjKdrovs


bixlos

19 6 Kade

21 eW' ourws]

23 arpd^vaav
irbs 4ve el

24

eiripav

tjs

arb

Kfirlri

20

iirlpaai

fiTbTnjKOiJS

25 ij^evpav

26 Kal av^ovKevaav tov$

avrpa^i^da

27

<ttov

yyd/xxo

28 ^ x*
f.

ydp

a. fjUffa

crbv yKdfxiro 4ve


31 <f>\d/xovpa

29

dvkif) iriipyov Kal

reix^ibv KavoKos ovdev ix^i

30 elirayivav

32 eTcXijcriaaav

33 Kal fxdda<nv

23""

TOY MOPEQZ
P
1420

99

fiera avv6riKa<; kl

a(f>op/jba<;

va e^ovv rd ihiKa tou9,


re? (pvXa^e^ i^akav,
ovt(o<;

Kade

649

TO aiTLTlV TOV KOl TO lyovtKov TOV.

^K(f>(>iv

TTjv

Udrpa

iirripaa-iv,

TO KaaTpov iaoyTap'^caav,
diro

eW

koI

Trjv ')(ja)pav

Xaov koX dp/juaTa, cJ? irpeTret koI dp/jLO^ei' Kol air avTov icrrpd^rjo-av fCt et? ttjv 'A^o-iai/.
^ov\r)v eirripav evofiov </Jb> roi)? roircKOiKi
25
VfDjjbaiov^;,

OTTov TOv<s TOTTOv; 7]^vpav, TOV Ka6evb<; Trjv irpd^iv

\i<yovv Kol (TVjJL^ovXevovv TOV<i ttoS? vl


7]

t)

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M.ope(o<;'

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rj

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aTov KafiTTOV tov


el<;

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yap airoXyTr) KOLTerac


ovTe
Tei')(^ia

tov Ka/nTrov,
^9 avTrjv.

ouTe

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0) p /JUT]

evai

7rocrft)9

30 iVTv<i

a aacv

eKel, i9

avTrjv virayaivovv,
f-

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KL
d(f)(7)v

130^11

eirXTja-ido-ao-tv eKel aTrjv

'AvSpa^lSav,

ol 'AvSpa/Biaalot e/juaOav 7rc59 ep'X^ovTav 01

^pdyKot,

e^efirjaav fie tov<; aTavpov^, oixoico^


35

/jue

Ta^ elKOva^;

ol dp^ovT6<i

Kal TO KOLvov

TTj^

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'

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ovT
40
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fir/v

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vd

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oiXoL

'A(l>(ov

ydp TOV oofioaacnv SovXoo tov v dTroddvovv. ydp eKaTeo-Trjaev ttjv %<i''/oai^ 'AvSpa^iSo^;,
eTTTjpev fieT

(p.

35

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avTov<^ to
o-ttjv

iro)<i

vd

ipovo-aaTeylrrj,

Kal

7]

^ovXr} iB6dr)K

KopcOo vd vTrdacv,

45 eVet evL KdaTpov (po^epo, to koXXlov tov Mo/oew9,

Kal VL TO Ke(f>dXaiov,

oirep

ydp

d(f>VTev6L

f.

131'!

oXtjv TTJv TLeXoTTovvijaov ocrov

KpaTel 6 Mo/36a9.

1418 /werds
33 fppdyoi

19 <tto

airriTTiv

26 alw/x^ovX.
37 Kal kIwws

els

34

(TTpoxSs

avrpa^i^Sau

29

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aTrod^tcrr}

34 ofi. Tois T}K6vas 38 Kal aveaKrjdT}


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45

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ive

36 rbv yKafj-Tavi^rj 35 apxores aSpa^-qdai 37 /caXws 40 fie^epyeaies 39 ov8^ f. va Xd^ovcriv ra yop. 41 tov 42 eKaricvaev 43 (povaaT^xj/ovv 44 ctt^v jKopivdo vairiXdrf r^s om. 46 Kal ive Kal 7] K<pa\r) 47 7reX6 irbvyjcrtav

lOO

TA XPONIKA
'ETret,

H
1450

6\a

TO,

av irpoaTa^rj 6 eo? Kal TTpoa-Kwrjarj rj KoptvOof;, KaarpT) ra irepa rov roirov tov Mo/seo)?
iroXefjbov
r)

avev (TiraOiov koI

Oekovaiv TrpoaKwrjo-eL
<re

Ki
(120)

d<l>6T0V iBodrj
dcjirjKe

^ovXrf iKCLvrj oirov

Xiyco,

55

\aov CKel arrjv 'AvBpafilBa, Kal aXKov eh rrjv *A%aiW, koX rplrov eh Tr)v UdrpaVy Kal wpiaev ra ifkevTLKa va vTrdyovv t>}9 daXdaaov, K Kelvo<; fie tov erepov Xaov jdp tov ^ovaadTOV
a>p6(oaev kl

K TTfv Boa-TLTaav eBpafiev k eSid^rf

eh

ttjv

KopivOov.

Kt

d(f)6Tov d-TTeawaaaLv eKetcre

eh

ttjv "X^wpav,
t<;

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KaTOVve^;.

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7]

Trj(;

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eh

opo^'

60 jSovvlv VTrdp'^eo 6e6')(TLaT0v Kal Trotoff

va to iyKW/JLidarj
Kd/juiroVy
f.

xwpa yap evpiaKeTov


irvpyov^ yap Kal
fie

KdTooOev eh tov
Tei'^^ea

42'

fie

KaXd

irepticXeia-fievrf.

AocTTOv evpiaKeTov eKei eTOTe oirov ae ypdcfxo


oKaTTOCo^ fieya<; dvOpcairo^ Kal <j>o0epof; (TTpaTL(0T7j<;,
65

el'X^ev TTjv

J^opcvOo

dXkd B^ to

"Apyo^; Kal ^AvdirXf


to,

6)9

Ke^aXrj Kal

(l>vacKo<;

d<f>6VT7}(;

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eK fiepov^ yap tov ^aa-CKeoD^ eKeivov

tmv

Vayfidicov,

Xyovpov TOV
70 diro TTJV

wvofid^acTLv, ovTa)<}

el')(ev

to iTTLKXTjv

KL 0)9 eTrXrjpocj^opidTjKev otl ep^ovTac oi

^pdyKOt,

X^P^

e^rj^aXev yvvaiKe^; Kal TracBla,

oaaavTCd^ Kal tov Xiov


(140)

Kl dirnvoD Tot'9

Xaov oirov dpfiaTa i^aaTovaav, dve^aaev aro KaaTpov T'^9 Koplvdov


ttjv %ft)/)ai/
Bta(l>evTiyjr'p.

K eKelvo^ yap evefietvev eKelae eh


fie

oaoo /3aaTovaav dpfiaTa Btd vd ttjv


*A(f)6Tov

75

yap direaaxrev eKelae


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f.

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K
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43'

^A<j)rJKev KL

dvairavTTjaav eKeivrjv
65 Kbpivdov

ttjv rj/juepav'

1450 Kal
76
eis TTJi

irdXefioy

70 i^-fi^oKav

72 ivi^affav

Cod.
i/)<pv<re

1448 Kal
54
61

ii

K. irpbffKluflarj

vA

irdyovv

57 a<povTov vavTo

58 eireidaavc
ri^pTfiffKeTai

tov yK&fiirov

52 Kal 51 Kal d.<f>bv 49 oXXa 56 opfirjae ar^v yKbplvdo airi^Xde 60 vn-fjpx^ 59 KeheTai dir. rji to opos

62

wcn^KXTjifiivT}

f.

23'

TOY MOPEQl
P
1450

loi

av Bwcrrj 6 0eo9 rrjv KoptOov va iirnpr)'^, o\a ra Kaarprj rd erepa rov roirov rou Mope?
'ETret,

dvev
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tov pTjyav tov ^aXoviKiov,


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avTov k eTTapaKaXeae tov


ol rpeis

1544
vd i\d.

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62

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64 Kal

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48 Kave

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yyaixirave^Tj Xeyd Se dirov

42 awb

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avdvo
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54

TOY MOPEQI
P
1541

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ae XaXw, oirovrov

to "Apyo<i*

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va TOV

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55

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eKelvov OTTOV d^evTevev eTOTe rrjv
^

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e/celvo'
(p. 38)

K Tcov 'KXXijvcov

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va
e^T) a-VfjuTrddetov airo avrov,
tc

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eKelae va evefxeivrj

eKelvov tov a<^evTr)v rov^ rov eZ^e ^v(tik6v tov,

rov Ka/jL7rav6a7)Vy ae XaXcj, ottov ttoWo, eireOviMa

va TOV
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kol

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85

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P
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1575

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rov l^a^iravear^v'
')(pvv TrpOG-KwrjaeL,

oaov fiovXovrai aireXOelv rov va

ra

lyoviKo, rov^;

va

6')(pv(TLV

kl

aXka

irXeZov va tov^
fJueydXrjv

Bcoo-t}'

oaot TO a^LCL^ovv kl co^eXovv

tl/jltjv

va

e')(pvv.

Kt

cu?

TO TjKovaav ol dpxovT<; Kal to kolvov

6fJL0La}<;y

40 dp')(li(Tav Kal ip')(6vTriGav

k eTrpoaKvvovaav oXol
0X7/9

KL d(p6TOV iacopevTTjaav ixei t9 Trjv ^AvSpaffiBa,

TO dp'X^ovToXoyL tov
iiroLKaa-LV

M.opCt)<i,

Trj<;

Mecra/3ea9,

avfi^i^aaLv

fjucTa

tov

KafjLTravia-rjv,

OTL
45

oXa Ta

dp')(^ovT67rovXa, ottov et'XjaaLv 7rpovoL<;,

vd

e'Xpvo-LV 6

KaTa
Kal

649,

7r/309

Tr)v

ovalav ottov

e2%i^,

Tr)V dvOpayrreav

ttjv

aTpaTeiav, toctov vd tov


fiepl^ovv ol

ivepbelvrjy

Kal T Kal

dXXo TO irepaoTepov vd

^pajKOLf.

ol ')(copLdT6^ TOiV 'x^copLOJv

vd aTCKovv (oadv tou9 rjvpav.


e^t ^pdyKOV<;,

48'

"Ap'^ovTa^i e^L

i^dXaaLV Kal dXXov<;

50 oTrep i/jbOLpdaaaiv Tot'9 tottov^;

Kal irpovole^.

Ka oaov
(320)

d7rKaTcrTr)(7V ctovto ottov ere Xeyo),


fjuLcrlp

rjXdev 6 TTp(OToaTpdTopa<;
t9 Tr)v

NTfe</>/09 eKelvof;

^ovXrjv OTTOV

rjaao-Lv,

XiyeL tov Ka/jLTTavia-r)

"'A<^ei/T77, TTp6TTL
55

vd aKOTTa<s Kal vd 6^779 KaTaXdffeL,

"to
" " "

7r(W9

evplaKeaaL jxaKpia aTTo Ta lyovLKa


e')(eL<;

aov
orov

" <\iOv<TadTa

iSco

TToXXd ottov elvaL eh e^oSov

Td TrXevTLKa kovo-tl^ovctlv TrXcLOTepov tcjv (jiovaaaTrnv 8ta TOVTO Xeyo) 7rpo9 eVei' Kal avfi^ovXevco ere to

TOV vd

fjLT)

%av779 TOV KaLpov Kal TOV Xaov ottov

')(^eL<;.

60 "'70) TTXT)pO(f)Op67}Ka ttTTO TOV^i dp')(OVTe<^ (TOV


" eBco aL/jid " TTOV evL
[fJ^a^;]

evpiaKeTaL tov YIovBlkov to KacrTpov,

aTTavco
t)

otov alyLaXoVy eKel a9 aTTeXOovfiev,


^ApKaSla Kal aTreKeL
52 a'arpd.Topas
7)

"

aTTavTov evL

Kopwvrj,
63 diraOru

1647 t6

Trep'i(xa6Tpou

62

oirov

Cod.
"^0^

T
35

1633

Tf)^vpap

rov
f.

34 rb

Trpdfxa roi/s edlXwre Kal ir\ripo<f>6p<rdu

d<l>6v TTj (reia

tovs ^(TTrfKe airb rbv yKa/xw.


26''

Hi<Tow

37 vdxovai

43 fieaaplas

46 avdporeid

va tov

43 crwij^affi
vefiUOr}

38 Kal

<f>\ovp

vdxovv

36 did va rbv irpoaKV40 apxlvrfcav Kade 775 tov

Kafiiravilji

45 vd

Koi<rt {sic)

47 vd ro fnjpa^ovv

48 adv tovs

49 ap-

'

'

TOY MOPEQI
P
vOa rj^evpav

113
tov^;'

on

rjaaat

<j>i\oL

koX auyyevoi

TO irparffia tov9 ifirjvv<Tav k

i'jrXrjpo<f>6p7j<rdv Tov<i'

1635 d<f)povTiaLav rov^; ea-reCKav diro

rov

J^a/jLTraveo'T)'

oaot deXija-ovv va iXOovv va

e'X^ovv Trpocr/cvvt^aei,

ra fyoviKa
'119

tov<;

va e^ova-cv koX irXiov vd T0O9 hwaovv'


TLfJbrjv

oaoi d^L^ovv Ki (o<f)eXovv

vd'X^ovv fieydXrj.
ofiolco^,

TO riKovaav oi dpyovTe<s koI to koivov

40 dp'x^caav koI ip^ovTrjo-av koI oXol iTTpocTKVvovaav'

KL

d^ovTOv ia-wdxTTjaav eKel

aTrjv ^AvSpafflBav
oX7)<;

f.

134'

TO dp^ovToXoyi Tov Mo/D6ci)9 Ki

T7}9

M.e(rapia<;,

iiroirjaav <TVfi/3l^ao-tv fieTa tov J^afnraveo-rjv

oXa Ta
45

dp')(pvT6irovXa, ottovxclo'I'I' 'rrpovole^,


7rp6<;

vd Xov<riv 6 KdOe eh,


TTjv dvOpcairiav

ttjv

ovaiav

ttjv el^eVy
fiivrj,

koI

ttjv

(TTpaTelav tocttjv to vd tov

TO dXXo TrepLacTOTepov to /juocpd^ovv 01

^pdyKoC

Koi ol

'X^oyptaTef; tcov '^((opLwv

vd <TTeKovv W9 tov^ rjvpav.

"Ap-x^ovTc^; eft
50 07rft)9

i^rj^aXav koI dXXov<; eft ^pdyKov<; vd IfioLpdorovaiv tov tottov kol 7rpovole<;.
i/aT6a'Tr](Tav

Kat ocov
eh

avTO oirov ae

>ypd<f)(o,

(p. 41)

r)Xdev o TrpcoToaTpaTopaf; fiiaep T^e(f)p6<; eKelvofi''


Trjv ^ovXr/v,

ttjv elyaaiv,

Xeyei tov KafiTravecrr)

"'A<f>evT7), irpeiret

vd aKOTry^; kol

m%^9

KaTaXdffec

55 " OTi evpiCTKeo-at /juaKpea


" <f)ov(r(rdTa

e%6t9 e'Sw

awe Ta yoviKa aov iroXXd irov evai eh e^oBov aoV


(j)ov(TadTa'
ecrev

"

Ta irXevTLKa d^i^ovacv TrXeo k Ta


Xeyo)
7rpb<;

"eh TOVTO
"

kov avfilBovXevco ae to
\

TOV vd

firjv %az/779

tov Kaipov

Kal tov Xaov tov %t9.

f.

134'

11

60 "'70) irX'qpo^oprjOrjKa dire Tov<i dp')(0VTd<s crov


" eSft) "

Hovtikov to Kao-Tpo KaX evi dvco eh ttjv OdXao-aav eKel d<; dTreXOovfie' " diravTov ev 77 ^ApKahia eW oi;to)9 97 K^opcovr)
r)vpi(TKeTaL tov

KovTa

1633

^^-

34

^l^'nvv<ycv

35
firfpa^ovv

Kap/irraviffi

36 fKdovv
61 kuto.

41 d^wv tov

43 criwiM^rf^aatw
XovTcs ^^v ^oKaaiv
53 Kafivap4i/r]

47 vto

52 fXdev

50

oi oTriei i/xepdaaffi

51 o<rdv

irov

54 Kal va KaraXa^A-vqi
58 KoX aeipovXeffoT^TO
61 ii^p'^CKiTai

55

rj^p-fjaKeffe

yovrjKa
63 eye

52 firjaip r^.

57 TTTjOTepov

59

I'd /*>)'

dalv x^^V^

60

airo T-qs

62 dvove

710X61'

ottox^s Kal
airoKrj
17

56 oiroive

fiodovT)

s.

'

114

TA XPONIKA
" KL OKCLTL "

H
1665

oXiyov

TT/JO? eKcv

evL

rj

KaXafMara.
ovofjud^cDj
d(f>6VT7)'

f.

48'

Avra

TCL

Kaarprj riaa-apa, Bttov elira kl

" TTov elvac uTrdvco (ttov


" ea)9

alyiaXov koX Xeyco irovro,

ov e^ofMev ra TrXevTCKa, a? aTreXOovfJue eKelae,

" TCL Kaa-rpr]


*'

avrd vd
ravra

iirdpayfiev, oirov
fiaff

e^ovv tou9

Xt/i-twi^e?,

69

TO pMpo^ TTOV

^oXel KOl

fld^ Vi iTTiBe^cov."

70

'Akov(T(ov

6 evyevcKo^i eKelvo^;

<6>
rrjf;

Ka/jLTravearj^i

Koi
(340)

oX.'

oi dXXjOL ol erepoL ol irpSiTOi

y8of\^9 tov,

eTraiveaav tov pbialp Nrfe^/ae, tov Xoyov tov iaTep^av

wpdoxrav

to,

(^ovaadTa

tov<;, ofjuolax;

tu irXevTiKa

tov<;'

(TTOV VLovhiKov i(T(oaaaLV


75

eiroXeiMrj crave tov.

To KaaTpov

rjTOV d\ap,v6vy

diro arradiov to aTrrjpav


oVecrft)*

KoX ^vXa^LV i^dXacTLv KaXov Xaov

Ki d<f)6TOV i(T(OTdp')(^icrav tov YiovhiKOV to KaaTpov,

Ta TrXevTLicd tov iKivrjaav koX t^9 OaXdaaov vnaovv


K iKclvo^ <ydp eK
Trjv

<TT6peav (TTrjv ^Ap/caBlav eVwcrei/*

f.

49'

80 Tfvpav TO ireXayo^ KaKov,

ovBev

el')(ev

XifiLcovav

vd iTidaovaLV ra TrXevTLKd kl dvd7ra\jrLV vd e^ovv.


^FiVTavTa aTnjpaatv fiovXrjv to /cdaTpo
pur)

iroXepbrjo-ovv

cTOTe, eKeivrjv t^z/ <^opdv oirov rjXOaa-LV eVcAo-e,

a\V

0)9

ov e^ovv Ta irXevTLKa, vd drreXOovv eh ra KaaTprj,


(ttov aljLaXov,

85 irov LvaL dirdvcj


"Op,(o<; TLve<;

vd e'XpvaL Xipawve^;.

ix tov Xaov diro Td rre^LKa tov^;


iroXe/juov io-e^rjcrav
p,e

iBpdfaa-LVy
KL

fie

aTov

fiTTovp/cov'

oaovi (f>Taaav

to airadl direOavav evOeco^'

KL oaoL r)pLir6peaav kol e(f)vyav iae^rja-av <tto Kaa-Tpov.


90

^^iVTavTa mppxoaacTLV k virdovv oXopOa

eU ttjv Me6(ov7)v

TO KaaTpov Tjvpav
(360)

eprj/jLOV^

0X0 rfTov

')(^aXa<Tp,evo'

TO eXaaa-LV 'xaXdaacreLV opnrpo^ ol ^eveTLKOL,


StaTo KpaTOvaav ol VaypxuoL eKel Ta irXevTLKa
tov<;,
f.

K epbTToBL^av K eKOvpaevav Td ^vXa tcjv BevcTiKcov.


1666
dirov

49^

69 dnov

79 kadxrav

84 Ixovatv

85 6vov

89

ifiripeaav

90

i/irdyovy

Cod.

1664 Kal 6KaT&KT}yo)

^e
f.

65 rd riffepa
27'

66
'"^ ""X.

OTroive

avdvo

ardv yia\6v Kal eiKoXa yd Trapdoijai


trdpofie birbxovv tovs \ijfii6vas

67 los ^x^

68 vd
Kafitravi^i^s

69

orrov ^ve ireidi^vo

70

72 tuaip rf.

73 opddaav
77 eaordpxfiae

74 Kal vSXefiov cddKOV


78 irdyovv

75 lyrove

rb vlpa
iri^pacri

76 TOV e^aXav

79 tabaav

82

TOY MOPEQZ
P
1665

115

" OKCLTL oXlJO TT/JO? /Ci


"

Vt,

TJ

ILaXafxcLTa.

Ta

KacrrpT}

avra ra
6fc9

rio-aepa, oirovira kl 6vo/j,d^(o,

" TToO VL dvco


''

Tfjv OaXa(7<Ta,

TOVTO ae Xeyco,

d(f>evTr]

66)9 ^0fjL TCL irkevTLKOL, eKEL tt? oLTreXOovfie,

" TO, Koo-Tpr) " 70

avra vd

irdpayfjuey

ttoO ')(pvv Tov<i


e')(pfiv

\i/jLt(Svf;,

eh

T7]v fxepeav oircofi

^oXei kol

TrcBi^cov."

'H/covaai; rovro 6 evyevr]^ avro^ 6 Kafjb7rav(T7]<;

KoX okoL 'yap

01

erepoL oirovaav

rrj<;

l3ov\rj(; tov,

Tov

(rep T^e<f>pev eiraiveaav^

rov Xoyov rov earep^av


6fioi(o<;

(iopdwaav rd (f>ova(rdTa tov^,

kol rd ifkola'

(TTov M-TTOVTCKov (roo(Ta<Tiv Kol TToXejJbov eBwKav.


75

To KaaTpo TfTov dyaiLVov^ d'wo GiraQiov to eh (l)v\a^iv i^dXaa-iv koXov Xabv aTreaco'
Ki dcjyoTOV e(T(DTdp')(^i(Tev
TO,

Trrjpav,

rov Hovtokov to Kao-Tpov,

f.

134''

irXevTLKa eKLvrjcrav aTrjv

ddXaaaav

virdaov,

eKetvo<;

ydp

e/c

ttjv

aTcpea

o-ttjv

^ApKaBia eaScrev...
vd
e'^ovv.

80

vd

iridcrovo-iv

Td TrXevTixd kl

dvaTra'^jrcv

'FiVTavTa eirripacnv ^ovXrjv to KaaTpo vd TroXe/iyaovv

eTOTe iKeivrjv tjjv <j)opdv ottov eKel elarfXdov.


J^aipov e'xpvv Td irXevTiKd vd eXOovv
85 TTOV eve dvco (tttjv
"Ofxaif; Ti,ve<i eic

eh to KaaTpo
ro)?

OaXaarcrav
cltto

/cat

')(pvcnv Xi/xeva.

tov Xaov

Ta ire^iKa

ehpd^acnv eh
6(Tov<;

iroXefioVy
fie

e^Taaav

ae^aivovv eh to efw airaOia diroOavav evOeox;'


eae^Tjaav <tto KacTTpo.
Tr)v

<Kal>
90

6<T0L irdXiv e(f>v^av

Et9 TOVTO irdXiv capBwaav vd virdv eh


TO KaaTpov TjTov
ottov to
Bi
epTjfiov

MoOcovt]

(p. 42)

Kal 6X0 x^Xao-fievov,


ol ^eveTiKOL
e/cel

e^aXdaaaiv

ofjuTTpo^;

ov eKpaTovaav ol VayfialoL

Td irXevTiKa Td

Tov<i,

e/jLTToSc^av

K eKovpaevav
77

Trjq BeveTLaf;

Kaa-Tpr].
81 TrXedrjKd

1670 KavfiTrau^aeis
87
rb
(xe^aloUju

^^oy
175

irovSrjKoij

79 i86ffav

92

6irp6$

K.

va

TToX.

85 87

biroiva.1.

83 biroiXdave
tov ytoKbv birbxavai

84 dXXA babxovaiv to, tt. va iriXdovve 86 e/c rbv yiaXbu birowTayo we^rjKd t.
89
fiXXoi'

cfAireiKav

7}S

tov vovfyyo
(ttt]

88 dirbdavav
fiudovol

(fyi^ave

eidioi op/xelffaaL Kal irayow

91

92 to

if)XO-<^i-

90 ev rai/ra xa^^o^'^a

93 Seiarci

94 koI Ko6p<Te^av Kal iriavaai

82

u6
1696

TA XPONIKA
virdovv <tto KcioTpo
nJ9 Kop(i)vr}f;,

H Kal diravTov eKLvrfaav k


K Tjvpav TO KCLO-Tpov

d'^a/iivov diro reL')(ea

koX irvpyov^*

eh

Ppd')(ov aiTrfKaiov eKeiTerov,

d(j>ip(Ofjuvo

rjrov

TO adxrei Be Ta nrXevTOKa tov yvpov to eyvpla-av.

01 Ka^aWdpoL
1700

koI ire^ol tov

TroXe/jbov dp')(^a(Tav'

Ta TpvTTovTcreTa
CKelvoi

eaTrjcracnv k Kel tov<; <rv^vd<rav'


TC-)(^ea

dTrdBeca ovk et'^aaiv Trocrw? et? Ta

vd

(tttikovv

yap

ol

Kopoyvaloi ottov rjaav

eh

to

KdaTpoV
Odpcrof;,
ttoiijctovv,

TO

Ihel TO 7rXij6o<;

tov Xaov, tov iroXefMov to


vd tou9

iXdXrjaav k
5

i^ijTrja-av (rvfiTrddeiov

TO KaaTpov vd

toik; Bdxrovcriv, fiovov

vd tou9 Ofioaovv

vd e^ovaiv ra oaTTiTta tou? o/jlolco^ Td iyovLKd tov^. 'O TTpwTocTTpdTcop TO TjKovaev /juLa\p Nrfe^/^e? eKelvo<;'
ev6ea)<; tov<; vTrcDfioaaTO,

6 iroXefJios iTrd-yjrev*
f-

ol

^pdyKOi
Trj<i

direa-co

iae^rjaav, to KaaTpo iirapaXd^aV


dir

So'

10 (TODTap^ca-iv

i^dXaaiv

ecrw koL
(tttjv
d)<;

Xaov

toi>9,

eVt
(380)

avpLov

e/jbiaraeyjrav,

J^aXo/jbuTav rjXOav.
fiovaa-TrjpLv to

To KaaTpov
TO
fjue

Tfvpav d'^ajj.vov,
eTToXe/jLTjcrav,

elxdv

(TQ)crei

TO

diro airadiov to aTrrjpaV

avfji^diVLe^

to eSeoKav k eKelvou oxrdv k ol dXXoi.


ol VcofialoL air
Trj<;

15

'O? TO efiaOav yap


CKelvoi
oXot,
Trj<;

eao) diro to Nt/cXt,

IBeXiyoo-Trj^;,

AaKoBai,/jLOVia<i,

6/JLOv

io-copevTTjcrav, Trefot

Kal Ka^aXXdpoL'

eK tS)V ^vywv twv M.eXi,y(ov '^XOav Td ire^LKa tov<;*


rjXBav TOV
20

AaKKOv Td

'x^copla,

(ttov

^pvaopeav eaaxrav,

aKOvaao-LV k efjuddaaLV

<t6>
%ft)/3ta

ttw? rjXdav ol ^pdyKOi,

Kal irepiraTovv k Td

k eiraipvovaiv Td Kovparj,
^rffivoxret.

Kal elirav k eXoyiaavTO vd tov<; e^ovv


'E/ceto-e eTrapeavpOrjo-av,

to Xeyovv K.a7rr)o-Kcdvov^,

OTTOv TO Kpd^ovv

ovofia (TTOV

K.ovvTovpav eXaLWva.
Kal Ka^aXXdpoc.
irdXe
diro
Tov<i

f.

50^

25 'Hcrai/ ')(^iXLdBe^ Teacrape^;, Trefot

01 ^pdyKOL

[70/3]

a)9

to

ifidOacriv

Vaifxaiovf;,

1698 rbv

'^'opov

TtD

Cod.

1695 Kal airaiJTOV

CKUffjadLatv Kal irdyovv ffTrjv

96 Tijxia va ariKovy
8
iirdyj/e

97 airiXeo Kflratrai 2 bvovcavi rjs rb 9 evapeXd^ay


11

1700 rpifiirov^^Ta
3 rb dpd<rus

yKopo
i

f.

27'

i<nxi'6i^av

T-qx^-o-

6 yoviKd
ffrijv

7 puaep rf.

a6piov jxiaevaav

yyaXd/xara

12 t6x<w

TOY MOPEQI
P Kal
aTT*
I

117
f.

Kl eKivTjcrav virav et? ttjv K.op(ov7jVf

134^

11

1696 rjvpav TO

Kaarpo

a')(^afiv6v

rL')((ov

re koI irvpyoov'

69 Ppd')(ov i]TOV, (TirrjkaioVy


c9

iroXka

aif)ip(oixevov'

ea-cocrav

ra TrXevTiKa rov yvpov iyvpLo-av,


koI Tre^ol rov
ttoXc/jlov dp')(l(7av*

0/ KapaXkdpoL
1700

ra

Tpt/jLTrovT^ira ecmjcrav Kal i(7V)(vdcra(rLV tou9,


et?

Kal dSeiav ovk eiyaaiv


eKelvoL

toI^ov va arraOovcTLV

jap ol Kopcovaioc oirov rjaav eh to KaaTpo' TO ihelv TO ifkrjOo^ tov Xaov, to dpdao^ tou iroXifMov,
eXdXrjaav Kal etTracnv arvfiirdOeiov va
5

')(ovv,

TO KaaTpov va tou? hwcrovcnv, fiovov vd toi'9 ofioaovv

vd exovcrtv
opKov

tov<; otKOV<; tcov fieTa

twv jovik^v
Tfe^pe?

tov^.

'O TTpcoToaTpdTcop TO
VTV<;
01

rjKov(TV jMiaep

eKelvo'^'

TOv<; e8(0Kav, 6 TroXe/xo? iiravTT)'

^pdyKOi

dir earn iae^rjaav, to

KaaTpo iirapaXd^av

10

(TWTdp'^KTtv
Tr)v

i^dXaaiv

6^oi(o^ Kal

Xaov

tov<^,

avpiov CKLvrjaav virdv aTrjv KaXa/JuaTav.


TjTOV fiova^ov, <W9 fjLovaaTTjpi, rjTOv,
f.

To KaaTpov
fie

135'"

TO aooaei, iwoXefirjaav to, diro airaOl to iirripav,


av/jL(f>covL<;

to eBcoKav avTol wairep ol dXXoL.


eaco dire to ISlkXi,

15

'fl9

TO ifiddav ol Vcafiaiot dir

eKelvoi T779 ^eXivoaTrj^ Kal KaKehaLfjuovla^^y

oXoL

ofJLOV

iavvd'XT'r^aav, ire^ol Kal

Ka^aXXdpof

eK TOV ^vyov tov M-eXtyov rjXdav Ta irXevTiKa tou9,


rfXdav TOV
10

AdKov Ta

'^copla

iiraipvovatv Ta Kovparj,
elirav Kal i^ovXevTrjKav 7ra)9
'E/cet

vd tou9

iroXefirjaovv.

iirapeavpdnjaav, to Xeyovv KayjriKiav,

oirov TO
25

Xeyovv ovofia aTov K.ovvBovpov eXaiwva.


ire^ol Kal

X^Xta39 rjaav Teaaept^;,

Ka^aXXdpoc.

01 ^pdyKoi yap to
1700 ialwxvaaavcUt Tovi
13 t6 iroX.
17 6\\7j

efiaOav irdXiv eK tov9 P&)yLtatou9


4
(rlwfiiradrjov

17 6X\oi fxov

18 sic!

t6 vlpav

14 aav
28''

15 rdfiadav 19 \dKov

t6

k.

KOvm-ovpoXeova

18 K rb ^Tjyb to fieXrjyo
f.

16 /3eXt7o<rr^s
(Ttt)

ttjs Xo/ctSe/*.

25 ritrepes

24 6irbv 26 TbKovaav eiriycwa tovs


xP>'<^op4a

eiipow

Ii8

TA XPONIKA
OTTOV riaacTiv

yap

/j^t avroiff;

k i^evpacTLv

roii^ roirov^j

iKi rov<; eirapeavpaVy rjXOav koI Tjvpavi tov^

KoX
1730

TToXefjLov

ihdiKacnv ol

^pdyKOt k
Trefol

ol Vcofialoi.

K'

ol

^pdyKOi yap ovk

7](Ta(Ti,Vy

koI Ka/SaWdpoi,

fiovoL i^raKoa-Lot fiovaxoi, roa-ov^ tov<; iyvcofiidcrav.


(400)

Me

TTpoOv/uav dp'^daaaiv top


Xiyto rd

jroke/jLo

ol Vwfiatoi,

Start okiyov^ rov^ efiXeiraVy vo-repa ifjueTevorjo-av.

Tt vd
35

(re

iroWd Kal

ri to BLd(f>op6v
ol

/jlov

Tov irokefwv eKepBiaav irore eKelv

^pdyKor

o\ov<; fcaTa(r<j)d^aacv, oXiyot tov<; i(^vyav.

AvTov [/cat] fjLOVov top TToXe/jLov iirolKav ol VoDpLotoi eh TOV Katpov ttov eKephiaav ol ^pdyKOt tov Mopeav. Kt d<f>6Tov iKepBlaaoTLV Tr)v K.a\o/jLfidTa.ol ^pdyKot
40

K elBav
T0U9

TOV Toirov

e/juvoa-ToVy

dirXrjv, '^(^aptTco/iivoVy

f.

51

yap Kal Ta vepd, to irX^So<i tS)V Xi/SaBioyv. 'O J^afjLTravearj^; wpttrev oXcov twv irXevTiKMV tov 6 KaTa eh vd a7re/>%6Tat eKelOev, ottov yjtov'
Kafjuirovf;

hio tov 7rXr]po(f)6peo-av ol dp^ovTe<i ol

l^cofjualoi,

45 OTi ovSev TOV eKdfxacnv TiiroTe %/?eta dirdpTi.

"ilpiaev yap k i^ydXao-iv dir


a(DTdp')(^LOv, dpfjuaTa

ea(o eK

Ta Kapd^ca
T^aypaTopov^.

TroXXd,

6/jlolq)^ 'Kal

K.I

oa-ov

eirapahid^aaev Ta

fieprf

K.aXXofjbdTa<;

KL dvdTrayjrev

Ta dXoya,
vd

6fiOL(o<;

Kal tov Xaov TOVy

50 ffovXrjv dirijpev ttov

virdrj,

ttov vd KaffaXXiKe^jry.

Et9 TOVTO elirav ol Vcopbaloi,


(420)

ol irpcoToi tt}? /^ouXtJ? tov,

vd direXOovv

(TTrjv

^eXiyoaTrjv kl direKet eh to Nt/cXt,

BiaTO elvat %w/069 irpoecrTe^ eU oXov tov


(TTOV Ka/juTTOv KOiTOVTai
SfZ

Mopeav
OeXovv Trdpei*

ol BvOy evOeois Te9


(tttjv

KL diravTov TrdXe v

drreXdovv

AaKKoBaifjuovlav.

Kat TOTe
elirev

6 irpooToa-TpaTopa';, fiio-lp ^T^e<f)pe<; eKcvo<;,


(tttjv

Kal eavfi^ovXeyfrev
iirapiffvpev

'ApKaSla vd direXBovVy
44 5td
54
iirdpei

1728

38

6irov

Cod. T 1727 omitted 30 and 31 omitted


35
17

28 evravda
32
apxfi<Ta.<TL

eKrjvi^a-affi

evlyav Kal -^^pdve rous 33 omitted

rbv iroKeixbv eKbS/ov

pofiaioi (sic)

36 voWovs iKar.
TOTT. ffM)p<pov

fidra

40 TOP

39 37 and 38 omitted 41 \i^d5ov 42 KaixTravi^rji


/cat

oKKov t6
CTa yoviKd

tV

7K:aXa

ir\v6rjK6v tov

43

Kade

i]s

43" dinjXoyia

d^Xrjfia

vd

irdv

'

TOY MOPEQZ
P
CKel Tov<; iirapacTVpav, '^\dav koI rjvpaaiv tov<;

119

TTov iirepirarova-av fier avTov<; /cal rf^evpav tov<; tottov^,


(p. 43)1

Kol TTokefJLOv iScoKao-cv ol


1730

^payKOL k
koI

01

Vco/jiaioi.

01 ^pdyfcoL

fjbovov rjo-aatv Tre^ol

Ka^aWdpoi
f.

fxovov /cal e^TaKoaioiy t6(tov<; ivco/nid^o)'

Sid TOVTO cr<f)dXav ol


//,

Pco/juaLOi,

rov TroXefiov dp'^laaV

135'

11

irpoOvfiiav Tov<? ap^tcray, 6\lyov<; tov<; e^Xeirav,

vcrrepo ifjueTavoTjaav,

Kaxov Trpdyfia

iirolKav.
;

Tt vd ae Xiyoi rd iroWd kol rl


35

8t,d(f)op6v /jlov

Tov TToXefiov eKephiaav Tore eKelvoi ol ^pdy/cot


dXXov<i KaT(T(f)d^a(Tcv, oXlyot roifs icpvyav.

AvTOv
el's

fiovov TOV iroXe/jLOV iirolicav 01 P(o/j,aLOL

TOV Kaipov ttov eKepStarav ol ^pdyicoL tov Mo/oea.


^AcpovTov eKephiaaaLv ttjv KaXa/j^aTa ol ^pdyKoi,

40 elSav

TOV Toirov epuvocTTOV, KaXov,


Kd/jL7rov<;

')(^apiTcofjLevov,

Tov^

ydp koX ra
direp'y^eTat

vepd,,

O
6
Bl
45 ort

Ka/ji7rave(Tr)(;

aypLaev oXcov

twv XtjSdBcov. twv irXevTiKMv tov


to
ttXtjOo^;

KdOe eh vd
ov tov

cKeWev, oOev tjtov'

7rX7}po(f)6p7]o-av ol dp')(ovTe<^ Vayfjualoi

ovBev tov eKa/xvav Tlirore %p6ta dir

dpTi.

'Opl^eo, Kol e^rj^aXav diriao^ ck


a-(OTdp')(r}aiv /cal

Ta Kapd/Sia
</cal> T^aypaTopov;.

dpp^aTa

6fjioi(o<;

50

BovXrjv
69

eTTTjpev ttov

vd vird Kal ttov vd

Ta^ei,Beyjrr)'
f-

TOVTO elirav ol
ov evL %wp69

V(op,aloLy ol Trpcoroc
/cl

t^9 /SouX?)? tov,


et?

135'' i

vd irdv
Bt

6t9 TTjv ^eXiyo(TTr]v


fjLeL^ov<;

diravTOV

to Nl/cXi,

el^

oXov tov M.opeav'

fjbdXXov 19 /cdfiTTOv /coiTovTaty evTv<; Ta9 OeXei, %t


55

"

/cc

diravTov TrdXtv vd

eX6fj<;

eh

Aa/ctBaifioviav.'^

Kal t6t
eltrev 1727

6 7rpci)TO(TTpdTopa<i jMiaep T^(j)pe<; e/cetvo<;


crTr)v

k eavffovXevTrjv tou9 vd virdv


31 fidu

^Ap/caBlav,
40 ^ixvocdov

iirt-prjiraraToija-av

38 6irov

42

Kavfi-rraviaeis

52 ^eKrjyoadbJb

39 dtpdv tov 54 KavfiTov Ki^rerai

Tovs
fX0p4a

44

deiaTT) tov 7r\ripo<pop7)(Tav

48 iirapaSia^da-acL

KoKa fidTas
53 eirU^e

45 to

ttos

50

eirelpe

xP^^ ^^^ Kd/mvovai irX^o ^s tov va xar] 5 1 evTOVTO

52 PeXrjyoarl Kal diroKel


TolwTat
55
ffTTi

X<^/' ecr^s

XaKiSefjLovla

56

fiur^p r^.

54 <tt6v yKdfiirov 57 Kal av^ovXevd'^ffav

KeL-

I20

TA XPONIKA
TO Kaarpov yap va i7rdp\ovaiv, 6 roirof} va irXaraivri, va areikovv k eh to ^ApaxXo^ov oirov KpaTel tov Spoyyov^ OTTOV TO Xiyovv TO, %K0pTd, fiLKpov KaaTcXiv evL,
.51*

H
1760

dXXd

et9 Tpa')((i)VLV

KaOeTaiy iroXXd evi

a<f)ip(Ofjbevov'

Xiyovv

OKcnroLoti

to KpaTel diro Toif^ BourJa/aaSe?,


fjbeya<i

Ao^airaTpTjv tov Xeyovaiv,


" KL d<f>a)v e7rdp(o/JLV kl

aTpaTi(OT7}<i evi'
roiro^i,

avTo Kol vd irXaTvvrf 6

65 "

ivTavTa a? dnepX'^P'^^o, eicel eh tou9 dXXov<; tottou?." OvTco^ 0)9 TO eavfi^ovXeyjrev fiLalp NTfe<^/3e9 6/c6tj/09, TO eaTep^ev tov vd yevfj dro^; tov 6 l^aiMiravea-T]^.
K eXaXrjaacTLV oXa
tov<;

*'lpi(Tev

ra aaXirLyyta,

evdecof;

etca^aXXiKe^aVy eKLvrjo-av k virdyovv*

70 aTTjv

^ApKaBiav ea^aaaiv Spav pbeo-rj/Jbeplov' iwcdaav Te9 KaTOvve<s tov<;, aTov Kap/rrov irevTcoaav,
TO Kdarpov i^rjT'qaaaiv,
fc

(440)

CKelvoi ovBev to BlSovv,

BiutI to Kao-Tpov KoiTeTat dirdvco

yap aTO

airrjXaiov

K
75

el')(av

Kal irvpyov hvvaTov diro yap rcov ^KXX'^vcov'


el')(av

(T(i)Tdp')(eLOV

hvvaTrjv, rjXin^av
fir)

vd /3aa-Td^ovv
TrapaSoOovaiv.
f.

TYjv

fJLd')(7]V

Kal TOV TToXep^oVy vd


t)

'H

p,6pa iKel\vr) eirepaaeVy

dXXij i^7jp.pdoveL'

52'

}^ap,7rav60"r](;

SpiaeVj Td TpnrovTaeTa eaTTjaav

Kal dp'X^iaav vd iroXep,ovv CKel dirdvo) eh to KdaTpov.


80 'E/c TO eva p^epo^ ehepvav jjueTd tcov TpcTrovraeTcov,

KL diro rr/v pd'^rjv K eprnpodTev rjtrav ol T^aypaTOpoL,

Kt
TOV

0)9

eiBaatv ol ^ApKaBovol oirov rjaav

eh to KaaTpov,
vd
Tra-^?;*

TToXe/jLOV

TOV BvvaTov OTL ovK r)p,iTopovv ^aaTd^et,


eXdXrjaav, 6
7r6Xe/JLo<;

aTpiyyrjv
85

<f)0)vyv

o-vjx^i^ao-LV eiroLrjaaa-LV to

KaaTpov vd irapahdxrovv*
vd
Trdyjrovv.

K evOeco^

irp(OTO(TTpdTopa<; p,ialp l^T^<j)pe<; eKelvo<s


TroXe/juov

wpvaev TCOV dp)(Tjycov tov

01 ^ApKaBcvol
1

^r)Tijaaa-Lv avfiirdOeiov
83 inropodv

vd tov^

Troiijay,

76 1 Tpoxitvtv

87 tov apxvyov
28""

Cod.
60
^vat

1758 pa irdpovai
61

TrKarbh-q

woWdve
70
els

63 5o^opi'

f.

59 apoLKXa^ov 65
iKel] Kal

tov

dpSfioy
os to

ive

eaifiovXevae luckp rf.

69 Kal Tcdyovv
tA
5i5.

68 5Xa tov to, 67 6ta va yevi) Kafiirav^^ijs ttjv apKdSia 'ji (Ttov yydtnrov irevTdaa 72 8iv
78 Kafnravi^rjs 77 diripaae i^rj/x^poae 80 idcpva tov TpifiTrovj^iTov 83 tov

66 Kad

73 yap

riffirlXvo

TprjfJi.'irovi^^Ta

79

i}pxi(rav

'

TOY MOPEQI
P
^

121

TO KacTTpov va iirdpovaLV, 6 roirof; va ifkarvvr), va areikovv eh to KpcLKko^ov ottov KpaTovv tov Bpofiov,
TO \eyovv
to,

760 oTTOV

ZiKopTa, fiiKpo KacTTeXXiv evt

aWa

eh

Tpa'X^iVLV icdOeTaL ttoXv d^ipay/jbivov'

Xeyovv

ofcaTroLO^ to

KpaTel diro tov9 BovrJapaSe?,


Kal vd irXaTvvr] 6 totto?,

Ao^a7raTpr)v tov Xeyovai, Ka\6<; aTpaTicaTT)^ evC


" Ki d(j>MV
65 "

avTo

eirdpcoixe

eh TOVTO

OeXofie vira teal

eh rd

dWa

/cdaTprj"

KaOoDt; TO ia-Vfi^ovXeyfrev 6 filorepe Tfe</)poe9,

eoTTpe^ev otl vd yevfj dT6<i tov 6 Ka/jLiravia-r}';'

SpLae Kal ekaXr^aav o\Ka tov ra aaXfiiriyyia'


evTV<s
70 (TTTjv

i.

i^Z^

iKa^aWiKeyjrav, CKivrfaav, virdyovv,

'ApKaBlav ea-coaav wpav


tov<;,

fxecrrjp.epiov'
(p- 44)

eiriaarav /caTOVve^

(ttov Kafiirov iTevToxrav'

TO KdcTTpOV
8c

e^7)T7]0-aO-t,V

KL aVTol OvSeV TO BlSovVj

ov TO KdaTpo KOLTeTai diravwOev (nrrfK.aiov

elxO'V KoX TTvpyov hvvaTov, diro he tcov ^l^XX'^vcoV


75
<T(OTdp')(^Lcn]

el')(av

BvvaT^v, aiXiri^av vd fiaaTa^ovv


ttoXc/jlov,
r/

Tr}v ixd')(7)v

Koi tov

vd

fj,7}

irapahoOova-Lv.

'H
/cat

fiepa eKelvrj eirepaaev,

uXXtj i^TjfJLepwvei'

6 Ka/z.7ra 1/6(7779 copiae,


dp')(^L<Te

Ta TpLfMiroTaeTa eaTrjaav,

80 *E/c

vd iroXefi^ dirdvcD eh to KacrTpov, TO eva /jLepo<; to eBepvav fieTd Td TptfjuTroTaeTa,


pd')(7)v /JL7rpO(TTev

Koi K TTJv

Tjaav ol T^aypaTopoL.
rjcrav

'H? elSav

ol

'ApKaBcvol oirov

eh to KdaTpo,
vd
Trdyjrr)'

TOV TToXefiov TOV SvvaTov ovK rjixiropovv ^aaTa^ei,


(TTpiyyr)V (jxovrjv eXdXrjcrav 6 7r6Xe/JLO<;
85

<rvfjb^L^a<Ttv eirolrjo-av to

KdaTpo vd
TroXe/iof;

Toi/^

Bcoaovv
f.

VTV<; 6 7rpcoToaTpd\Topo^ fxiaep Tf</)/369 Kelvo<:

136'

Tcbv dp')(7}yS)v TOV

Spiae 6

vd

irdy^rj.

01 'ApKaBivol
1760 UopTo.
6'J

^7]Trjaav avfJuirdOeiov

vd e^ovv,
66
80
^y
6 fjntrepal t^.

61

6.(j>ipoixivliXi

63
73

l^vta

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71 alrevriaav

Kifirai

82 wj]

87 TUP

d.

ri

6p.

fiirSXefio

TTOV 8v

vopovv paffrd^ij
eidijs

eirelKaffiv

86

84 ffTpUj yKia
87

(povi^T^a

85

ffrj^-^paffip
f.

fuar^p rf.

t6pt<re v6i}S

tovs dpxvyo^i

29'

88

apKo/SlMrjfflw/xirddrio

'

122

TA XPONIKA
d<f>povTL(ruiv

H
1790

va

e')(pv(TLV fie

ra vTroaraTLKo, tou9'
6 KafiTravea-rjf;,

BpKOv iBcoKaariv euTv? k iBdoKacnv to Kaa-rpov.

Kt dipoTOV iirapaka^ev to KaaTpo


(460)

ovBev dpfyrjaaaiv

i/cec

fjuovi

koI Svo

rjfjbepaf;'

kC
95-

ovT(JO<;

iacoa-acnv eKel o/cdiroi diroKpto-dpoL'


in:

TTiTTaKta i^aaTatvacnv,

ttjv

^payiciav ra rj^epvavj

Tov

K-a/jLTraviarj to, eBcoKav

k iTrpoarKwrjaave tov
TO.

K aTOfuiTOfi Tov^i epwTa'

"\67eT

fjuavTaTa."

f.

5'

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"^A(f>VT7j

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fia<;y

iyvcopt^e, direOave 6 dhek<p6<; crov,

" OTTOV rjTov 7rp(t)T0<^

aSeX^o?,
(TOVy

k6vto<; tt}? T<Ta/jL7rdvia<i.

1800

"Ot

dp')(pVTe<i

TOV TOTTOV

oKoi ol <f)\afJLOVpldpOl,
evL lyoviKov aov,
direkOrj^i'

" Q)aavT(o<;

oXov to kolvov ottov

" TrapaKcCkovv koX


" "
5

irpoa-Kwovv avvTOfjua eKec vd

ovK

')(pv(Ti

yap

<pv(TiKOv dipevTr), fiovo iaivav.

KvTOf; 6 prjya<; T779 ^payKia<;y ottov KpaTel^ dir a^Tov,

"TToWa dyaTra
" ol
"

koX jSid^cTaL yopyov vd KaToXdffrjf;'

avyyeveh
are

(tov

ol d'7ravT<i evyevtKoX

Tr}(;

Auo-eo)?,

oXoi

ypdipovv koI ^tjtovv (rvvTOfjua eKel

vd,

direXBrj^;"

'Afcovai)V
ct>9

TavTa

6 evyeviKO^ iKivo<;

<o>

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10 e/cXa^Ire

eh

(T(f>6Bpa,

ae XaXw,

et?

OXlyjnv fieydXrjv ifMTrrjKev,

Spcaev yap k eKpa^aaiv


(480)

TOV<i 'TrpcoTOv;

tov (povo-a-aTOV,

ifceivov

TOV

fjLLalp

NT^<f)pe TOV irpcoToavfjL^ovXov tov,

K eXdX7}(Tv
"*'Ap'x^ovT(i,
15
*'

0)9

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fCL

kol Xiyet

7rp6<;

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f.

53'

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avvTp6(f>oi,,

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TOV %e6v i^yavo) fidpTvpa

(tttjv

6Xi'>^lv ^6ttov e;^a)

" hid Trjv Oavrjv " "

yap eKeivov tov


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d(j>VTrj kl

dheX<pov

fiov.

AevTcpov TrdXiv
va XdfioD Bo^av

e')(a)

pbeydXrjv evvotav
(ttt^v

CTOVTO OTTOV eKaTaTTLaaa, k r\XBa


/cat TC/jLrjv

Vodfiaviav,
KepBiarot)

"

koI tottov vd
.Tpex<^

20 " Ki ocTov to

iKaTdTTiaaa k

^U to T6X09,

1790

S/OKOS

Cod.

iirap4\ap

1789 rk ircHrTaTiKd
k/^^i/s

92

/xSvo

90 8pKos iytverov
rj/jL^pes

91 Aipdro

94 Ta<p4pav
1801 oirdve

95 rdSoKav
2 irapeKaXovv

97

Tw

omitted

98 dirddave d5eX06s

'

'

TOY MOPEQZ
P
d(f)povTi(Tiav VOL eypva-LV
jJbe

123
rov^i'

ra viro(rraTLKa

1790 cpKo^ ejlverov euru? k eBcoKa(riv to /cdarpov.


'A<f)a)v

yap eirapaka^e to KaaTpo


fjuovov
r)/jL6pa<i

6 K.a/JL7rave(T7}<;,

ovBev dpyriaacTiv ixel

Suo,

Kol ouTO)? irdXiv ecraxrav vtv<; fiavTaTOipopoc


TTtTTOLKia
95

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T0U9

i/c

ttjv

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rjXOav,

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K

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koI eirpoaKvvrjcrdv tov'


eiirovv fxavroLTa.

ipcoToi

vd TOV

^^KlvoL rjorav XvTrrjpoi, fJueTa SaKpvcov Xiyovv'


" ^A.^evTT) "
juba<;,

iyvcopta-ey

direOave

<o>

dhek^6<;

(tov,

owov

TjTOv 7rpcoTO<i aTTO (TOV 6 k6vto<; t^9 T^a/uLirdvca*;.

1800 "

01

dp'X^OVTe^

TOV TOTTOV

(TOV,

oKoL ol (^Xafxovpidpoi,

" (ocravTco^i oXov to kolvov ottov evi yoviKov aov,


"

irapaKoXovv kol irpoa/cvvovv yovpyd eKel vd


e^ovv

7rdyr]<;'

" ov/c

dWov

^V(tlkov d^evTrj fiov icreva

" avT6<; 6 prfywi ^pdTcra^; re ottov


5

KpaTel^ dir

avTov,

.136'" 11
(p- 45)

"TToXXa dyaira, ^id^eTai yovpyd vd KaTaXdfirjf;'


" ol (Tvyyevels^ "

crov diravTe^, ol dp')(r]yol

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TO rjKOvaev 6 evyevrj^ avTo^ 6

10 6fcXaylrv (T(f>6hpa,
0)pC(T6

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el^eV

Kol 6XdXl](TaV

TOV ^OV(T(TdTOV,

6K6LV0V TOV jJLLaep T^6(j)p TOV TTpCOTOCTV/jL^OvXoV TOV'


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co<;

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kol

tt/oo?

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15

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dBeXcfiol,

(TVVTp6(pot, (TTpaTicoTe^;,
(tttjv
ffXlyfriv

"tov Seov KaXovfiai fJudpTVpav


" "

ottov e^o)
jjlov.

Bid Tr)v Oavrjv tov eKeivov d^evTrj ki d8eX(f)ov

AevTepov ttoXlv

OXipofjbai, ex<^ fieydXrjv evvotav

" CTOVTO
"

ydp TO

dp)(^i,aa,

k rjOeXa (TTOV Mopeaz/,


koI tottov vd KepBi(T(a

vd Xd^co Bo^av kol

TC/juyv

20 " /cat 6(To TO dp)(^iV7jaa koi eTp')(a

eh

TeXo<;,

1 79 1, 5 Kavfivav^ais 16 iKULov

96 fiavravra

1805 KaraXd^ei

6 alwyyevi^

<tov

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ol

om.

TTj% d6<rr}i

8
11 7a/)

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14

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f.

om.

12

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arpaTibrei

29^

17 TrdXe

18 om.

19 KepSiau)

124

TA XPONIKA
" er^^aaa Trjv i\7rl8a fjLOv

k iyKpefivo^oXiad
dp'^rj^

rrjv

" Kol rjXOe


""O/Lto)?

fjue

TO ivavriov iv yap BiaaoU


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toI<: rpoiroi';.

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diro

ck

Tov<i

7ra\aioif<;

dvOpcoTTov;,
" Kol

1825 " vTTOfjLOvrjv

Xeyovv kol BiaTda-a-ovv fia^ oaoi yap Bvrrrvxovfie vd 'x^co/jLV KL ovTCOf; vd Bia<l>OpOVfJLV
TOVTO \eyco
fjue

" Bid

irpof;

iad<;,

o\ov<i irapaKaXS)

aa^

"
"
"

Tov vd
vd
K

(TV/jL^ov\yjreT (09 TrpeireL

Kal rv^aivei,

iroLrjao)

irpdypuv evirpeirov vd
ifiev

irpiTrrj Trj<; ta/xt)? <ra9,


/irjv

ead<i oirov elcrre fier

vd

KaTr)yop7](Tovv."
*

30

^Kvravra

iBoOrj

rj

ffovXrj

k iylverov ctovto

vd
(500)

VL 6 TTpcoTOdTpdropa^
')(r)

fjLicrlp

Nr^e^ph
r6rrrov<;

iKLVO(;,
f.

vd

fjbT

avTov hvo dp'^Lepel^ kol Bvo ^\a/jLovpiaplov<;

53^

Kal dX\ov<; irevTe dp^ovT<;, rov^

vd

IfieplorovVf

35

vd Baxrovaiv rod KaOevo^; 7r/)09 rrjv ovaiav oirov ep^et, \aov Kal <rd> dp/juiTa oirov el')(ev (tto 7r/909 Tov
<f)0V(TO-dT0.
'Ei;

T0VT(p iKara-av ivofiov iKCivoi ol BeKa fiovoi


Toif<;

K iKareypayjrav tov Xaov,


Aotirov d(f)6Tov
CKeivoi ol

irpa>TOv<;

tov

<j>ova<TdTOV

iypd'\]rao-t,v

tov9 Toirov^i k yfiepicrav,


r)<^kpa(Tiv

BeKa oirov XaXw,

Td iypd^ov,
Ta'

40 TOV K^afiiravecri]

Td eBcoKav k

iirpoo-KOfjuio-avk

Ki di^oTov

Td dvayvaxracTLv k i^avepmcrave Ta,

o\oL Tov<; eiraiveaacTL


Blotl

<Kal> aT09 tov

Kafiiravea-rjfi'

ydp ovK

ypa(f>v (tttiv /juepta-Lav eKeivrjv

TLiroTe Bid TOV p^ialp ^T^e(\>pe tov irpcoToaTpaTOpdv tov,


45 /iiyd\a)<;

to edavfidaTijKeVy elirev k iiraive<rk tov,

T9 Ta^e^i Kal ttjv <j)p6ve(nv, t9 %a/3iTe9 oirov el^ev.

50 "

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6t9

TOV iXdXrjcrev' " /juia-lp Nrfe^/je," tov Xeyei,


tov eKpa^ev Kal (j)avepd tov
irXrjpo^opiav,
fie

TO

ifji<l>ave<;

elirev

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eh

dXijOeiov ae to XeycOj
eBcoKe^i

iav

eirexeiprfo-e^
1822

^PXV^ ^^^ "^V^ fiovXrjv


^yd.p

23 waXalovs

Cod.

182 1 6\irl5a

fiov Kal Kpefivo

Xoyiacd

TTjv

22 Ki^Xde fxov rb ivdyrio

eyoLO dels els ttjs rpbirifs

24 Kal

\. diardfrov

25

1*0

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26 irapeKoXd
fiev Kal
firj

27 8ia va

fie cn)Pov\4\l/eTai
1; /S.

28

irpdfxa

fids

30 ivraira eylvero
33
vb,

31 ^ve

fuakp t^.
oir6xv

29

b'irov<rTe fierax

32 vdxv

<f>\afiovpiap4ovs

fiipd^ovv

^^

fie ttjv

oMav

35 Kepdpfiara (l)

TOY MOPEQS

125

"

e'xaaa rrjv oXirlSa

fJLov
\

koX iyKpfivo^o\l(rrT)
iv

"

Kol ivavriov rjXOe fiov


ft)9

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iic

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f.

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ijKovaa

dir

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1825
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"
30

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7]

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vd
vd

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e')(r)

hvo dp^iepel<; koL hvo <l>Xafiovpidpov<;


dp')(pvTa<;,

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tov<; tottov^

vd

fiepla-ovvj
t')(^6,

vd SoxTovaiv Tov KaOevo^


35

irpo^i

ttjv ovcrlav ttjv

TTpo? TOV

Xaov KoX TctpjiaTa owov^av Ta


6/jlov

(ftovcraraTa.

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ol BeKa iKclvoc /xovov


tov<; TrpcoTovf}

K KaTypd^av tov Xaov,


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d<f)Ci)v

tov

<f>ovcr(rdTov.
f.

eypd'y^acnv TOv<i tottov^ k

ifjL\pl<rav,

136'

11

40 TOV K.afi7ravo-r}

ra eBcoKav

/cal

iTrpoo-KOfitadv Ta'

oXoL TOv<; irraLveo-aacv kl avTo<; 6 Ka/iTravea-ijf;'


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yap ovK

eypa<f)V aTrjv fJuepLo-iav 6Klvi]v

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45 fieydXcof;

to eOavfjuacrev, elirev k iiraiveae tov,

T69 7r/eaf69 Kal ttjv ^povecriv, re? %a/3e9 oirov el^ev

iTovTo TOV iXdXrjcrev'


" iyo) rj^evpay ffi^aca,

" fiiaep T^<f)pe,"

tov Xiyec,

dXrjOeta ae to Xiyco,
'^^^

50

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iiTLX'^ipTjae^

^PXV^

'^V^

^ovXrjv

iBcoK<;

1822 iv

diffijels TTJs

Tpdveis

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apfi.

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31 irpoTOKpcLTopas

35 Kal

36 CKar^ave ofxoO ckt) rj d^Ka 42 SWct avrbs tov 6 KJi^ris 45 to


davfida^TTiKat

fxbvo

38 Ke/ieplaa
didvTTj

43

ovk
f.

fiepaaia
30'

40 tov 44

KJi^rj

rdBoKav
tovs

fuffep rf.

46 t^s irpa^es Kal


en-rfK6pi<rs

47 tov eaiJVTVxe

fiiffep rf".

49

IcjJpw

50

e56<res

126

TA XPONIKA
"

H
(630)

irore eKelvov tov Kaupov rod

d<f>VT7}

kl aSekcpov

fjLov

f.

54"

" Bia

TO iraaa-ar^o
0)9 ri\V diro

Tr)<;

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fjLov

"
"
1855 "

Ki
/CI

dfiapTia^ ki dirkdave. o dheK^Q<^

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7ro(Ta)<;

vd k

fieivr}

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01

"

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7r/3afe? ol fjLyd\<;,

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" Kl o)9 cfiaOe^ OTC

rjXda iyo)

" Ttjv fiolpav OTTOv ae p')(eTov

eSw et? tov Mopeav, vd iirdpri^ Trff; KovyK(rTa<},

60 " TOV ffaaiXea tov BaXSou/Si) koI tov^ avvTp6<pov^ o\ov<;,


*'o\ov<i Toi)? \VT6pa)o-e<i Kal y\0<i
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ifievav'

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65 " TTJv J^aXofifjuaTa

ae vd exv^ 'ApKaBlav fiCTd


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lyovcKov aov

ttjv

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Me

Ba')(TvXiBLv

ydp

tov peffecrTi^ei'

KL d<f)6T0V ipe^ea-TTjdrjKev k eiroLKev tov to ofiavT^to,

t6t tov ifjueTaKpa^e Kal Xeyei, irpo^ eKelvov'


" Mia-lp Nrfei^/je,

dwo tov vvv

dv6p(oiro<i /jlov elaat

X[,^to<;,

70

"

d(j>(t)V

KpaTL<; TOV TOTTOV (70V dlTO TTjV d^eVTitt

/jLOV

" KL dpfio^cL
(540)
**

vd elaaL irpo^

i/juev

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f.

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54'

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"

d^oTov

6(I)lXco virdeL

iKLa t9 TTJV ^payKLav,


ifjurjv

irapaKaXSi kl opi^w ae Sta ttjv

dydiT7]v,

75 "toz/ ToiroVy

ottov eKepBLaa iSco t9 tov


i/juev

Mopiav,
<f)vXdTT'p<;'

"vd
"
L<i

7rapaXdfirf<i kol KpaT^f;, Bid

vd tov

TCTOLOV TpoTTov KL
fiiraiXo^;,

d<j>opfjLrjv

BiKaLo^

fjLOV

vd elaaL

"tou vd
" K'et

KpaTrj<; ttjv d<f)VTLav,

axrirep eyo) aT09

fJLOV.

fjLcv fjue

dpiaeL kol ^avy vd a-TelXco dXXov Blkulov fwv

80 "

#c

TOt'9 e/xou9

"tov TOTTOV KOL

T0V9 CTvyyevcL^ air ea<o eU XP^^^^ ^* TTJV d^VTLav vd TOV TTJV 7rapaBco<r7}<if
80
ifiQv

1877, 79 diKaiov

Cod.

85 1 t6v yKcpov

Ta<t>ivTi.

52 iraadi/T^o

KaTrerdytos

57

air^-

KarecTtjah
Kal Tfix^yv
/xe

rrji

rfw r.

ttjs

62 om. 63 koI apovae 59 va vdfKS ttjs KOVKoviarai 64 64\o airo rUu r)v 4xv^ 5iayoviK6<rov 65 rijy yyaXa/xaTa 66 pejScoTTj/jT; 67 Kal a<f>ov tov pefieiXTi^picre to fidr^io

TOY MOPEQI
P
"

127

Tore ifcetvov rov Kacpov rov d(j)VTOv kl dBeX^ov /lov


TO 7rafT<ravT^o r^? ^ovpia<; k iridrj KairerdvLO'^,
0)9 rjXOev

" Soa

"
*'

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/ci

diro diJLapTia<; kl direOavev iKelvo<^,


ttoo-w?

ovhev

v7r/jLivf;

pa

fMclvr)

to iraacrdT^iO

(p. 46)

1855

" "

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to, Trocij/jbaTa /cal

UokiV

oXa yap

re? /jLeydXa Td^e<^

" i(rv re? icrv/jL^ovXe'yjre'; Kal iKaTcrT7fa6<^ re?,

" Kl CO? cfiaOe^

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top Mopeap,
K0vyKecrTa<;,

f-

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pd

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60 " TOP
" "

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roi)? auPTpocpovf; oXov^,

oXof 9

Kal 77X^69

t9 ifiepa'

K rfdeXep
ovBe

ela-Tatp djiapTia, KaTrjyopia /jLeydXrj,

" Kl

ere

evepyeTrjaa

0)9

irpeirei Kal

TV^^alpei.

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65 "
T?}z/

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pd e^^9 yopiKop aov


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t?}z/

J^aXa/jLaTap Kal ^ApKaBiap


')(^pvaop VTV<i

Trepioxv '^V^-"

Me

ha'XTvXihiop

top pe^eo-Ti^ei'
/judpT^i,

Kl d(f)ov TOP iTrapdScoae

k eTrolKep tov to

T0T6 TOP /jieTaXaXrjae Kal Xeyei 7rpo9 Kipop'


"

Miaep

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diro tov pvp dpdpcDTrof;


tt^p

fi

elaai Xl^io<;
fjiov,

70 " a(pov "

TOP TOTTO (TOV KpaTel<i aTre

d^ePTia
irdpTa

Kat irpeirei pdaai

6t9 e/xep aXr]dipo<; et9

" /cat iraXi iyco

pa ae Oappo) Td irdpTa fxov el<i iaipa. EttcI o^eiXco pd Bia^oi eKei et9 Trfp ^payKia,
ttjp ifirjp dydirrfp,

"
75
'^

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TOP Toirop, TOP eKepBicra

iBco

ek top Mopiap,
ip,epa,

f,

137'

11

"

irapaXajSe Kal KpdTete top pd (rTKy<; Bi

" et9 Tpoirop Be "

Kal d^opfjirjp p,iraCXo<; ydp pd elaai


ttjp dcfyePTia,

TOV pd KpaTTJf;

Sajrep iyo) aT09

fiov.

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fjuov

(j)av7J

Kl dpearj puov pd <ttlXco BiKaiop fiov

80 " diro BiKovff


"

fjLOV

avyyepel^
TTJP

TOP TOTTov Kal


i\v0ipo<rai,

earco et9 XP^^^^ evap^ d^cPTia pd TOV Trjp TrapaBdaar)'^,

1 861 70 a<p&

^X^e
69
fiiffep

66 pe^eadiq^ei
76 ar^Kci

67

fmvj/rj

6g Xt^^os

73 iirlw

68 ifieralKpa^e
64va
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t^.

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71 arovs TrdvTas

72

17s

73 <j0i/Xw enrdyiv

fxap4ai

va om.

f.

30

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77 ^s rirTj

deiKal 6
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74 Tape/caXw Kal opd^oi


/xov

76 diafieva tov 79
jcet/ii^

78 tov] kcU

dvKofiov

80

rous

e'yuoijs

128

TA XPONIKA
"

e(TV

<T0T9> yap va Kparfj^ top tottov


6 Kaipo^, to repfjuevo

<tov air eKelvov,


p^/3o'i/oi>,

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"

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fci

rod
to

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iirdprjj

1885 " 6e\(o

yap <Kai> opeyofiai k eSw


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ifjuov,

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609
(t>p6vL/jL0<:

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OTTOV ^TOVy

NtJ'</>/069,

Tov

KafjLTravea-rj irpoa-Kvva,
TLfirjv

eiTrev
(iirep

k evxapLo-ra tov

hid TTjv

Kal

7rat,vo<;,
\

tov i/jbapTvpa,
t9 a^roi/* .55*

90 Kal hevTepov hid Tr)v

hwpedv ottov eiroiKev


ttjv d<^evTiav
elire 6

TO yap iraXiaT^o tov Mop6G)9,


(560)

tov tottov,

avTo^ Ta iirapdXaffev,

q)9

to

KafjL7ravi(Trj<;'
6/c6ti/e9*

Spcae, eypayjrav Td '^apTia, Te9


fied'

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opKov ydp Ta eiroLKav k ivTavTa Td e^ovXkwaav

95 ol (j>\a/jLOvpLdpoc

01 dp'^iepei<iy 01 irpcaTOL

tov (povao-aTov.
eKelve^j

Kt
o

6(Tov T69

eKaTeaTTjaav T69

o-v/ji(f)(0VLe<;

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i/jLLaa-eyjre
/j,t

k ihcd^rj
eKelvov

ovhev yOekTja-e Troo-w? vd iirdprj


fiovov Kal hvo
1900
fjL

Ka^aWapiov;
ttj^

Kal hoohcKa (ripyivTe^;'

KdTepyov direpacrevy

Bei/eriW aTrrjXOev

K ehid^T)

oXopOa

et9

Trjv

^payKcav
d<f)VTr)<i

iKelae

69

Trjv

Ta-afjLTrdvLav,

iv/JLCV

6 fltcrlp NTf<^/3e9

619

TOV TOITOV.

'A(f>6Tov
/jb7rd'iX,o<;

ydp

VfJbcvv fjLtalp

NTfe<^/969 eKclvo^

kl d<j)VTrj<;

tov

Mo/3ft)9,

KaOox; ae d^r^yovfiat,

a-Trfv

^Avhpa^lha ^piae vd

acopevTrj 6 Xa.09 tov,


Trj<i

oirov rjTO CTOTe


(580)

eh to
rj

crKafivl

d<j>evTLa<; ottov

tJtoV

Kol oaov eyivq


elirev

evcoat^ pbiKpcav

ydp Kal
rJTo
17

fieydXcov,
fiepva-la
f.

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to fii^Xlov, oirov
KaOevof;, to tL

55

ypd<j)co<;

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tov eirapehoOrj

10

vd
'Ei^

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Kal vofieveTac irapd tov Y^afiiravear}.

TOVT(p rjvpeOrjaav eKel 'Sttov rjaav irpovoiaafievof


TTpcoTO^ OTTOV ypa(f)V rjTO 6
1900
diri^XOev rijs ^ev.
fjLi<rlp

'O

TapTieprj<f,

Cod.

1882

a.'ire

kU/wvl

84 e56 Tims

pairdpij

85 Kal

5<j (Tto

a-Tepedvw
ifiap.

87 yap om.

/xiaep t^.

88 tov yyafxiravi^-q
Kl^^iji

89

^irevo

ovep top

90

6ir6T(/ca(

92 rd om.

93 ypdrj/av

94

to.

j3ou\\6<ra

96 Kal

TOY MOPEQZ
P
"

129
eKelvov,
'X^povov,

Kal

(rv

iraXiv va Kparrj^; tov toitov air

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(p. 47)

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70 Ki

^payKLav
iroao)^

diro tyjv Aovfiiraphiav,


6')(r)

ovSev

'^fjLTT'peaev

tov va

direpdaei.

*Ei/ TovTcp dpyrja-ev e/cet

evav firjvau Kal irXeov,

Ki OTav 7)fnr6pea va eXOfj

Ta

oprj

va dTrepdar),

e^rjXOev

i/c

tyjv

AovfiTrapSiav, mB-qye-^ev Kal rjXOtVf


i i

aTTjv ^VTLav direaoiaev et? to efiya tov lavovapiov,


75

kXirii^ovTa

tov vd

evprj
tyj^

Kei

KaTCpyov vd direpdar].
ft)9

'O BovKa<i ydp

Bei^er/a?

to kirXripoi^opeSr)

OTi 6 VovfiirepTOf; rjXde eKel, 6 e^dBeX<^0f;

eK Trjv Taa/jLTrdvtav ep^erat vd direXdr)

eh tov Mopeav
tov kovtov tov
etirev

J h

Kpd^et TOV dfiipdXrjv tov Kal


80 TO TTpdy/iia, Trjv virodecTLV

ixv<jtlko)<^

vd

firj

TOV

Booarj

vd tov exo efjuiroBiaeiy irXevTCKOv eh tov Mopeav v dweXOy,


VovfJunrepTov,
f.

'O

BovKa<;

ydp tov expa^e eKelvov tov

Ti/JLTjv

/jLeydXr}v

tov eiroiKev Kal ^CXoirpoa-WTriav


e^r) direpytcaeii

63"

vd airoO appear) eh avTov, vd tov


2155 Sexr^
70, 72 inr6p<rev

57 diKoiov rov

62 wpopeXdvyKia

64 ttoWiJv

74 ta"""

Cod.
arififfT}

2155

di aid.

TOV TOP rdirov Trapad6<n

56 eni^pe

57 rb

irio

va

<tt6

ft. Srj a<f>^vTi,

60 pf^eari^pv

58 ^dSeX^J' va

i\eycv povfiw^pro

59

171

irdvras

^a/xirdvias
ir-fjxeve

61 rod Sdxal
irdprf

62 6X\a tA irpo^eKhT^tja 65 r^aepovs

63 t4 rrapaSwae rd

64 rddoKai

ffepy^vres

'

TOY MOPEQZ
P va Tov
2156 Efc9

147

^exTj)

ft)9

dcfyevrr)

rov, top tottov vet rov Sqxtt).

iTolov

TOVTO eiTOLKev povXrjv fiera tou9 iScKOV^ rov va (TTelXr) eh tov Mopiav a(\)evT'q koI SUaiov
TOV.

El%ev
I

Tcvav i^dBeX^ov rov eXeyav VovfiirepTov

f.

141^1

dv6p(ti7ro<; tjtov veovTcrLKo^, e^aLpTO<; et? iravra^;,

60

AaXel KoX

p^6(TTl^t TOV 6 KovTG^ Tt)? T(Tafi'irdvia<;

dirO TOV TOTTOV

TOV ^Op0}(i

TTJV d(p6VTLaV
tcl

TOV e6a)K6v*

wpiaev KoX iypdylrao-tv 6\a


(oaavTcof; tcl

Trpo^eXevT^cay
iirdpr)'
/jl6t

Trapa^oTiKa Ta/jueXXev va
<f>a/jLXLa

Xoydpov TOV eScoKcv iroXv Kai


65

avTov,
(p. 54)

KafiaXXapiov^ reaepov^ k eiKoai hvo aepyevTe^i.


'E: Tr]v T(Ta/jL7rdvLa i^7]07)Kv (tto
'ifxira

voe^pcov
et? uKprjVy

OTav TjXOev
OTTOV
70

ctto

Sa^oe

tcl

oprj

va irepday,
'Trr}')(r6v,

TO %^oz^t rjvpev BvvaTov, iroXXd


')(a)pii^et

Tr)v

^pay/clav uTre
cb?

ttjv AovfjurrapSlav,

Kal ovK

r)fjb7r6peaev iroao}^

hid va TTepdarj.

Et? TOVTO dpyrjaev ixel

firjvav

evav

/cal

irXeov
koI
141^11

OTav

rjiJbiropeaev

vd iXdy ra

oprj

vd

irepdarj,
'^X\dv''
f.

i^rjXOev
(TTTjv

ek

ttjv AovfiTraphiav,

aySrjye'yjre

l^eveTuav eacaae o-to TeXo<; yevvapioVy

75

iXirl^ovra';

vd

evpfj <eAcet>

Karepyov vd
009

irepdo-rj.

'O SovKag ydp


OTL 6

tt}? Bei/er/a?

F ov/ji7repTO<;

<f)Taav efa8eX.^09
ep')(eTai,

e^ TTjv Taa/jLTrdvcav

vd virdyy aTov Mopeav


tov kovtov
tov Xeyet
ixv(ttlkS)<^
efXTTohio-r),

eTrXrjpocpopiOr)

XaXel TOV dfMLpdXrjv tov Kal


80

rd

irpoLfia,

ttjv viroOecnv

tov vd tov

vd fjLr)v TOV Baxrrj ttXcvtckov et? tov Mopeav vd eXOrj. 'O BovKa^ TOV eXdXrjaev exelvov tov VovfXTrepTov,
TLfirjv

TOV eiTOLKev TToXXrjv Kal (fnXoirpoacowiav,

dwodappijarj

eh avTov

Kal vd tov dTrepyaxrrf

2170 odKlw/nwdpeaiv

72 {Kd'qv

79 \a.\\w rhv &n,y)pa\iw

67
ora
"J "J

va v. ^d8\<pos Kdvrai
<xa<f)oe

f.

35^

70 Kal dev

7]fj,ir6p<T ir. eK-Zjae

vd

irepdcrrj

72 Kal

vaXdi^

irepdaij

fiirod^ai

81 vd p,vv Tbv

73 e/c(n^\^e 74 yevaplov 79 CKpa^e top a/iepdyio rov


fii atriXd'tj

75 i8r)d vd^pti eK^

80 vpdfia

va tov

rjxe

83 TdinjKai.

84 Siavarov drrepydari
10-

'

148

TA XPONIKA
Kal roaa top eKparrjae
fJL

H
2186

fie

rd koKcl tov \6yia,


/cal

rpoTTOv^ yap KoX d^opfi<;

irpo^aae^i

6/jbol(o<;,

^6tl
(860)

apy7}<T6 6/9 Tfjv l^VTiav Kciv

hvo

firjvef;

Kal ifKeov.

^AiravTov Be tov eBcoxev Karepyo

dpfxarayfiei^ov,
ttjv

TO

eri/^ati'ei^

vd direXOf]

CKeicre

eh

KpyJTrjv,

90 Kol wpcare TOV KO/uuna, tov KUTCpyov tov Kvprjv,

eh

Toifi

Ko/3^01'9 hia^aivovTa exel vd tov d<lyi]Kovv.

AoiTTOv Qxrdv ae to \a\a) eyeveTOV to irpaypua'


KL C09 TO Yj<j>epev TO
6 KopLLTa^i
95

KdTepyov eh tov Kopcpov to KaaTpov,


e/ceivov

TGV cKpa^ev

tov Vop,7repTov

Kal Xeyei

tov "To KUTepyov


KaXe
p.ov dBeX(f>e,

eairaaev dire Karco,


a9 e/SydXovv

"Kal
"

'x^p'^^o/juat

vd evTeiacrTj} vd to Ka\a<paTta(o'

" XoLirov,

rd pov^a
'9

crov

vd

eXa(j)pai6ff

to KUTepyov, vd to KaXacj^aTiaw."
dX'qQeiav tov to Xeyet,,

K.al eKelvo^ Xoyi^6fievo<;


2200

Spiaev Kal e^e^aXav ra pov)(a tov eh to KaaTpov, K


eKelvo<i

yap

dTrTrXiKe^lrev

eh to
T779

^evoBo')(^elov.

Kl orav

eirepaae 6 KaLpo<;
7reTei,v6<i,

i^v%Ta9

ydp to

TrXetov,

f.

63'

K eXdXrjaev 6

eKelvot tov

KaTepyov

iScoKav TTjv avpiaTpa tov^ k vde(o<i irdvTa vTrayatvovv


5

Kal OTav e^rffxepwaev k evvorjaev 6 Po/xTrepTOf;,


i^VTTvrjcrev

Kal elirav tov to KaTepyov iSid^rj.

Ki
(880)

ft)9

TO ep^aOe

eh

irXrjpof^opia dp'X^cae

vd XviraTatiiroLKav,

evTavTa iyvcopcaev KaXd S7)fir}yepalav tov


KL

oao

[to] eirXTjpo^opeOrjKev ki direiKaae tov BoXov,

10 eyvpeyjrev

Kal rjvprjKev fidpKav tov vd vavXcoarj'


Kop(j><ji)Vy

KL 6 KuTreTavLO^ tS)v

Biaro tjtov ^eviaapievo^

dir TOV d(f)evTrj tov Mopeax; [tov] puLalp

^T^e^pe
Kopfil

eKelvov,

wpLce Kal eKpd^aa-LV

T7j(;

ffdpKa^ tov d^evTTjv.

'Opi^eL, eirpo^wveOT] tov aTrdvo)


15

eh to

tov

vd

fjurfv

irepdar) Kd/jL7roa(o<i eKelvov tov VopbirepTOV.

2200 i^^l3a\\v

12 dir6

Cod.

2185

t6<to

87 TrXei

TOV KdfUTov TOV

KttT.

92
95 dirb

offd

cyUfeTo Tb
e^drjaffT-ff

89 vov

t'^x-

rijv

yKpiri

90
els

bpiutre

TrpdfJM
f*

93

top yKop<f>ov

94 povfxiripTO 99 Kcd kU/os ydp

96
Tb X.

36'

97 and 98 omitted
xal evydXav tu Ta p.

X. els aXrjdTja

2200

6pTi<re evOiji

TOY MOPEQS
P
Koi r6<Tov Tov eKpaTTjcrev Kol
fie
Toijf;
/jb

149
Ka\ov<; tov^ X070U9,

2186 fi TpoTTOv^i T6

a(f>op/jLd<i,

7rp6(f>aa<; ixeyaXe^,
/jurji/e^;

on

dp^rjaev arrju Bevertav irXeov airo

Svo.

Mera ravra
TO e\TV)^ev
CO?

tov eBcoKev KciTepyo dp/juarcofiivo,

vd vira exelae

6i9 ttjv

K.p7]Tr)v,

f.

142'

90 Kal oopiae tov ko/xtjv tov, tov Kvprj tov xaTepyov


i9

T0U9 Kop(f)OV(; Sia^aii'OVTa KL vd tov d^rj<Tovv.


are

AoiTTOv axrd
Ki
tt)9

to XdXcb iyiveTov to Trpdy/xa'

<f)Taaev to

KUTepyo

e/? t(ov

Kop<f>a)v to /cdaTpo,

6 K6/jLtT0<; iXdXrfaev cKelvov tov VovpuirepTov


95

KoX \eyet tov

"

To KaTCpyo
Td

ecriraaev diroKaTO),

"kol
"

'^p'^^ofiat

vd VTia(TTy vd to fcdXacfyaTlaco
fiov dBeX(f)6,
pov')(a

" XoLTTov,

KaXe

aov a? i/SydXovv

vd dXa(j>pco67J to KaTepyo, vd to KaXa<f>aTiaco" K' ixelvo^ iXoylo-TTjK^v, dXrjOeia to Xeyet,


wpuaev kol e^yaXav Td pov^a tov
iicel

2200 Kal

<tt6 fcdaTpo,

KL avTO^s

dTnrXiKeyjrev

eh tov

^evoho^elov.
Trj<;

"OTav

iirepa(T 6 Kaip6<; to irXiov 8e


6 ireTeivo^i, eKeivot

vv)(Ta<;,

K iXdXrfoev

tov KaTepyov
f.

eScoKav TTfv <T<^vpicrTpa tcov k ev6e(o<i vTra\yaiveL'


5

142'" 11

Kal OTav i^rj/juipcoaev Kal ijvayae 6 VovfJuirepTOf;,


i^vTrvrjaav Kal elirav tov to KaTepyov virdyei.

'n9
t9

iTrXr)po(t)oprjd7)Kev, dp')(^iae

vd XvirrfTaf

TOVTO eyv(opL(Te KaXd


Kal rjvprjKev

Srjfirjyepo-iav errolKav.

^A(j>ov enrXrjpo^opijdrjKev
10 iyvpeyjrev

k evvorjaev tov SoXov,


vavXdxrr)'

(p. 55)

^dpKav tov vd

KL 6 KaireTavo^ tcov Kop^wi/, 0)9 '^tov ^evcaafjuevofi

eK TOV d<^evTr) tov MopeQ)<; pLcaep


copiaev Kal iXdXrjaav
Trj<;

Tfe</)/9

eKelvov,

fidpKa<s tov d<f>evT7j.


el<;

'Opl^ec, 7rpo<j>covevc tov drrdvo}


15

to Kop/ntv tov,

vd

fjLTjv

irepdar)

Kav
2202

7roaa)<;

eKelvov tov Vojj/rrepTov.


3 iKeivos

2196

eidrjaffdi^

p'/ixdo.s

10 dvavXdari

14 Tpo(f>ov6pr]

2 6vT

<T<l>vp'f}<TTpa

rous Kal evdijs irdura irayevov

5 povfur^pros

edii^rj

7 Kal OS TO ir\7]po(pop^6rjK -fipxice

8 tov irlKa
Sia va va^\6<n

9 Kal 0$ to

Tr\'r}po<l>op4d7)K

Kal yvSpiffe to 56X\ov

10
^oel

/3.

11 iK t6v

14

(TTri

tov

15 Kb.v ixirotrbs

11 biaTT] elTov djStfdSos


pov/xir.

I50

TA XPONIKA
'E/eetJ'O 7a/3

ro Karepyo, oitov

eU

rrjv KprJTr} iBid^rj,

ppL^v vav dvdpcoTTOv (TTOv djtov Za'X^aplav


CKel OTTOV evv arj/iiepov
rj

%a)pa t^9 KXapei/rfa?

diro Tov hovKa e^daral^ev eKelvov ri}? Bei^erta?


2220

64'

TnTTCLKca et? tov

fjuialp

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hrfkoTTOiovvTa, jpd<l>ovTa Bt

eKelvov tov "PofiTrepTov,


ttjv

TO TTore KaT6Xa^6v

iiceZ

eh

^eveTiav
Bvo Kal TrXelov,

KoX

7rft)9

TOV ifJUTToSiaaatv

/JL7]va<;

Koi 7ra)9 irdXe tov eppt^ev


25 TO KaTepyo
ttj^;

eh

t(ov ^op(^(t)v ttjv vrjtTov

BeveTua^, oirov

eh

ttjv

K/otJtt;

iBtd^tj.

Xttjv 'AvBpafiiBa evpeOrjKev 6


Ki
(900)
ft)9

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TOV

r)<f>epe

6 BeveTifCoi; e/cLva

Nrfe^pe? eTOTe' Ta irLTTaKLa,


tov,

TLfirjv

fjbeyd\7)v

tov eBwKev k

i<l>i\oB(opr]0-i

Kpd^ei tov Ki^LTavov tov eKelvov


30

ri)?

A.vBpa^iBa<^'

XeTTTco^ TOV eirapriyyeiXev to ttw? 6(j)el\et irotrjaet

OTav irepaar) yap Kal eXOfj eKelae K' eKelvov yap e^e^rjKev diro
ttjv
'

6 VofXTrepTo<^.

KvBpa^iBa'

eh TO BXi^Lpb
6)9 35

iBte^rjKev Bed vd Trepiava/xevy

ov vd /jbdOy TLiroTe irepl ydp tov VovpuirepTov.

'A(I>6tov

ydp eyvcopLaev
Trjf;

eKelvo^i

Pou/iTrepro?
f.

TOV TpOTTOv

B7)/jirjyepala<i,

ottov tov direpyoyaav

64'

ol BeveTLKOi, ae \aXco, (ho-dv ae to d^r^yovfiai,

e^idaTrfKev

iroWd vd

evpfj

^dpKav tov vd

d'Trepd<cr>rj^
el'X^ev,

vd KaTaXd^y eh tov Mopeav


40 TTOV

ctto Tepfievov ottov

KaTd
'^(fyepev

TV')(7]

diTepyeTov

QdpKa

diro ttjv YlovXiav.

^KTrpay/jbaTevTT), ia-e^rjKev eKel aTreao) (TTrjv

^dpKav,

Kal

tov

eo)?

eKel cttov dyiov

Zax^plav'

epcoTTjae vd tov einovv ttov evpiaKeTai 6 /jLTrdiXo'^,


Kt oKdiroiof; tov diroKplOT^Kev, (TTrjv ^AvBpajBlBa evi.
45 %ipyevTr}v

eva direaTeiXe dXoya vd tov


eo)?

(fy^pj)'

TO Tre^oBpo/jLL iBtd^TjKcv

ov vd

(rcoarj

eKelae'

ovK Tjvpev TOV


2224

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dXXov

tjtov Bia^ao-fxevof;'

vixraov

30

Trof^o-*?

33 ^Xv^-qpt)

Cod.
23

2216

Tr)v

yKp^TiidU^ri
25

18 ive

yXapivr^as

inrKar^a
fiijves

ttiaa.

irXio
^6"

rjaTarai o dyios Zaxapias

19 tov SovKa
(Xtt}v

18"

eli rii

iKelvov

21 povfiTT.

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v-f^ao

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26 i^pijaKTov

t6tc

i.

27 TOV ova.

28 r65w/cai

29 Krj^oTdvo

30 Tove

TOY MOPEQZ
P
^Etfcelvo

151

Be ro Karepyov irov el^ rrjv K.pyTr)v iBci^rjVy

eppL^ev evav avdpwirov gtou ayiov


eKel oTTov vai aTjfiepov
r)

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Bei^er/a?
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2220 TnTTOLKia (TTov
/jLL(7ep
|

Tfe^pe eKelvop tov Mopeax;, ypd^ovra hi eKelvov tov Vov/jLirepTOv, BrfkoTTOLOVvra, TO TTore 6KaTi]VTr)ae eKel et? Trjv BeveTua
fcal

142 ""i

7ro)9

TOV i/iiTroBiaacrtv eKelcre

fxrjva^;

hvo,
ttjv vrjaov

Kol TTw? irdXiv TOV eppL^ev ek tcov Kop<j)(ov


25

TO KCLTepyOV

TTJ's

B6I/6Tta9, OTTOV TTayet t9 Trjv }^p7]T7JV.


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0)9

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tov,

TOV

ecfyepe

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tov eScoKev

tc

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XaXel TOV kl^ltclvov tov, avTov


30 X7rT(a<i

ttj^

^KvTpa^iha^s'

TOV eirapdyyeiXev to

iroy^

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K'

OTav irepdar) Koi eXOfj eKelvov 6 VovixirepTo^. eKelvo<^ yap i^e^rjKev diro Tyv ^AvBpa/BlSa*
eSie^TjKe

ek TO BXi^lpL
6)9
35
^

aTO vd

Trepiava/Jbivrj

vd

fjuddrj

TiTTOTa hi

eKelvov tov VovfJurepTov.


f.

h<^6Tov yap

e\yvd)pt(Tev eKelvo<; 6 VovfjuirepTO^


Br]/jLr)yepala^, oirov

142'' 11

TOV TpoTTov T^9


ol BeveTiKOi,

tov direpycoaav

ae XaXca, oirov ae

d(p7]yovfiai,,

TToXXd e^td<TTrj vd
67r(o<i

vd

(Tcoo-Tj

evpfj ^dpKa ek tov M.opeav (tto

tov vd irepdo-y,
Tepfjuevov oirov eZ^e,
t^z/

40 irov

KaTa

tu^t/i/ ep'^^eTov

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UovXta.

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ek

ttjv

PdpKav,

Kal

7](f)epe

tov

e<9

eKel cttov dyiov 7ia')(apiav'


ird'iXo<;,

ypcoTTfae vd tov elirovv to irov evi o

Kal

ek TOV

diroKpiOr^Kev aTr)v 'AvBpa^lSav evi.


(t>epy,

45 ^ipyevT7)v

evav eo-TecXev dXoya vd tov

TO

ire^oBp6/JLL

vd

vira,

eco'^

eKel vd ctoxttj'

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2217 ardv] t6v 27 ws t6v 24 iprj^av
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33

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38

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irov]

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to

om. 38 Siava37 Kados ere ra (fnfjyoiixai 42 ds 41 iawrj^da-nj fier airijv Kal (T^^tj^cc eis aUrriv
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4v

45 crepyim-ai

va/nTov

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46

iSie^rjKai ?os vd

47

a/iirov d.

'

152

TA XPONIKA
<t6v
/CL^iTaviov fjvp7}/cv
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H
(921)

')(^copa^

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^EtvravTa rov iXdXrjaev k elirev rov ra fiavTara,

2250 TO TTW?

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rov vd Se^Tovv Be

d<f)ivr7)

rov^ eKelvov rov Vovfjuireprov,


eKelva,

Kat oao
Kal
40

dvayvoo6r)crav

rd eypa^a

(TrjKcoverat

<6>

fiio-ep T^e<j>pe<;

evcoTriov reov rrdvrayVy

'x^afiTJXd

e7rpo(TKvvr)(Tev

rov^ opLcrfiov^ rov Kovrov


el')(eVy

evrv<; opl^eL, ri(j)pav rov<; opcafiov^ oirov


av/jL(f)(ovLe(;

T9

Kal yypa(f>a, rd el^e eK rov Kovrov,


16 aTroa<>)<Tav<Tlw

2315 Thv fiwavTuv


24
-irpoarayfjLa

k6v8ov

20

i\a\f/v

22 avdSf

idku

28

to.

(ypa<pav

36 dcKTOvv

37 rd iypa<f>av

iKlwu)

41

alwfj.</f(>)yi.ais

Kal ^vypa(j>a.

33

oWou

rbv xeXo Trbvqaov Kpari)


to.

34 TroXat

36

iros

fA

5.

povfiir.

37 Kal oaav ra iravayv6<ra<Ti


irpo^eX^T^ia iro^x^

iypatpav eKlu/a

41 res a. Kal opSivia

39 TpbaKwrjcre
rov yybvTai.

40

to.

/xe

158

:TA XPONIKA
TO TTW? Tov iirapdhihev rov tottov tov Mo/3e&)9,

va TOV
KL
2345

<f>vkdTTrj koX

KpaTy, BiKaio^; tov vd evt

/jb7raiXo<;'

direa-oi)

eh to

Tepfievov y^povov koI fiias


rj

r)/jLepa<;,

av eXOr)

6 kovto^

aXXo^

rt? diro tou?

avyyevov^ toVj

TOV tottov koX Tr}v d<j>VTLav vd tov

ttjv TrapaBoxTTf.

Et T6 irepdari
(1020)

6 Kaipo^, to Tepfievov

tov

%p6i^0L>,

KL ovBev direXOrj diro Keivov<^t dxrdv ae to d(f)rjyovfiaif

vd

fieivrj

6 totto^;

rj

dcfyevTia,

vd

evi K\r)pov6fjLO<;
7rpo(f>dar7}<;.

50 KLVo<; 6 fjLialp

NTfe^/)e9, avev

Ka/jL/j,ia<;

Kt d^oTOV
ol

dvayv(oo-Tr}(7av

Td

eyypacfia CKecva,

crvfjL(f)(0VLe<;

oirov eiroiKev

kovto^

tt}?

Taa/juTrdvta^,

ivTavTa iarjKcodrjKev
Kol Xiyei
55

p^talp NTfe<^pe9 eKelvo<;

Trp6<; roi)? dpy(^i,6pL<; /cal toi)? (j>\a/jLOVpapLov^'

"*'Ap)(^ovT<i, (Tl<;
**

aKovaeTe tov
7rpo9 <ra9,

d(j>ivTOV fiov tov


fi

kovtov
68'

T9

(TV/jL<f)(ovL<;

KOI opiafiov^, OTTOv

eTTapcBcoKev.

" 'El/
**

TovTW Xeyoo

wapaKaXco

kl opKi^oy

f.

(TTOV OpKOV, OTTOV eTT0LKT6 (TTOV KOVTOV

6^9

iflivav,

" <09 'X^pLaTLavol <I>o^ov/jLvoc

tov Seov kol


(T(0

tt)v dXr}6ecav,

60

**

vd

etTTTJTe

KOL vd KpLVT

(TTO BiKaio aTTavo).

"'ilaavT(o<;

ydp

TTapa/cXoj k irovTov tov VovfiTTeprov,

" <9 evyevrjv kl d<f)VTr}V fiov, otto BiKaiov

vd

aTaOovfjie.

" yirfhev OeXria-ri 6 d^VTr]<; fiov, uBlkov vd


65 "

TTOi'qtTri^

dXXd

^6 fiov tov 0eoO yu,a9 KpiveTe tov<; Bvo." ^Akov(T(ov TavTa 6 vyV7f<; iKtvo<; 6 VovfiTT6pTO<;f
fxe

ev6e(a<;
(1040)

iavyKaTefirjKev k

cIttc

vd to Trjp^aovv'
TOV Seov TOV ^6 fiov,

Kl o9 TO BiaKpivovv KoX cIttovv fie

70 *Akovo-cov

ydp vd TO Be')(Tf} Kol vd TO TTpoa-KVv^o-rj. TavTa ol dp^iepei^; kl oXoc ol KafiaXXdpoi, TTidcrav kl dvayvcoaaa-iv Ta yypa<f>a CKelva, ef dpxV'S ydp XeTTTOfjLep(o<;, fie TTpoao'^rj*; fxeydXrjf;.
KLvo^

2343 dUaiov

63 om.

69

dcKTTj

Cod.

kIwovs Kadbs

2342 TOV eirap^SuKal ffe rd (fyriyo^fxai 49


57 TrapexaXw

43 fve
vd, fiivrj

vh.

(ve

f. 38* 45 dX^XBrj 50 irpoifmxreui

48

&irb

51 ava-

yv6dT}ffar rh ^'Ypa(f>av

52 oira^vKC 6 Kdvrais

ttj^ i^afiiravias

55 ravOivTi

58 vov eirlaarai

k6pt

54

<f}\afiovpap4ovs

60 va

TrTJre

TOY MOPEQI
P TO
TrMf;

159

rod eTrapiBooKev rov Toirov rov Mopeo)?,


co? /juirdlXof;,

va rov (pvXdrrr}
Ki aTriao)
2345

koX hiKaio^ rov vd


fitaf;
r)/jLpa<;,

evt'

eh ro

ripfievo y^povov koI


rj

au eXOrj
Et r

6 K6vro<;

erepo'^ drrb rov^; <TvyyV0v<; rov,

rov roirov koX


direpdo-r)

rrjv d<j>vrLa

vd rod

rrjv TrapaBcooi].

f.

144'

6 Kaipo^, ro repfievov
dir*

rov

;^poi/oi;,

Kal ovSev eXdr)

avrov^, aoadv ro

dcprjyov/Jbai,

arbv

roTTOv, Kal rrj^ d^evria<i vd eve kXtjpovo/jlo^;

50 eKelvo^; 6 fiicrep Tfec^pe?, %6>/3t9 dfju^i^oXla^;.

Kt d^orov
eh rovro
Kal Xeyei
55
" 'Eo-6t9

dveyvcocrrrjaav

rd

e'yypacfia e/celva,
rrj^;

ol crvfMcfxovief; oirov eiroLKev 6 Kovro^i

T(Ta/jL7rnvia<i,

iarjKcodrjKev fjnaep Tfe</)pe9 6/celvo<;


rov<; dp')(^iepeh

Kal rov^ ^XaiJ,ovpidpov<;'


/jlov

r}KOvaere, dpxovre<;, rov dcftevrov

rod kovtov

T69

(TV/j,^(ovt<;

Kal

opta/JLOv^;,

ottov

/jl

iirapeBcoKev.

'

'

Eh rovro Xeyo) rrpo^ iad<;, rrapaKaXoy kl opKL^o) arov opKov, rov eiroLKere crrov Kovrov k eh e/neva, ft)9 '^ptariavol (fyo^ovfievot rov Seov Kal rr)v dXrjdeiav,
vd eiTnjre Kal vd Kpivere ro BiKatov ttov evat.
'Ilo-auTO)?
I

(p. 58)

60 "
*

0)9

evyevrjv

yap rrapaKaXoy Kal rov /jutcrep Vovfiireprov, kl d(f>evrr] /jlov, aro hiKaiov vd o-radovfie'
0^9

f.

144'' 11

'

vd Kpivere ro SiKaiov,
Mrjhev
(pcoprjre
(f>6l3ov

rrpeirei

Kal

dp/jbo^ei.

'

eh

e/juev

dBiKov vd

elirijre,

65

"

dXXd

fjue

rov 6eov fid^ Kpivere ro BlKacovJ'


PofyLt7re/?T09,

'119 ro rjKOVcrev 6 evyevrjv; iKelvo<; 6

6UTV9 e<TvyKare^7]Kev Kal

elire

vd ro
fie

KpLvoW
(poffov,

Kal wdirep yap ev\ vd ro elirovv


KeLvo<; Be

rov Seov rov

vd ro

<yrep')(rfj

Kal vd rb TrpoaKwrjcrr}.

70

'O9 ro rjKovaav

ol dp')(^Lepeh, ol <j)XafiovpLdpoL oXol,

emd<Tav Kal dvdyvcocrav rd eyypacpa


dp'x^to-av

eKelva,

ydp

XeTrrofxepS)^, fie

Trpoaexv^ fieydXrjv.

64

345 (rtwyyevo^s (popoirai sic, probably


72

47

el

ra
cf.

52

l<TlM/fJi.<f><>}vlais

ottov

alirrfKav
ipojprJTe

for 6,

2462

(ppijvos for dprjvos,

and so

suggests d{)(aprJT

Xeirrdifiepcos

61 Kal Tovrov
Kpivere
/iepos fii

62

os evy. koX tppSvrjfio


rrjpiarj

67 vavrh

71

^irel

Aaav

63 om.
^ypa(f)av

64

fiov

om.

72 e^apx^^

65 va
Xeirri-

irpoaevxv M-cydXTj

'

i6o

TA XPONIKA
*Ej/ TOvr(p

iXoyaplacrav to repfjuevov rov 'x^povov

Koi r)vpav,

on

iirkpaa-ev 'qixepa<; heKairevre

2375 TO repfxevov, rrov irv^^aivev

va

(Tcoarj

6 Vovfiirepro^^
Trj<i

va TrapaScoarj ra

'ypa(f>a

rov kovtov

TaafjuTrdvcaf;,

f.

68'

Tov fiTrdlXov rov, fiialp Nrfe^/oe, rov tottov va rov hdxry,


'Ei/raOra eKpa^aaiv tov<; 8vo koI Xiyovv irpo^ 6Kelpov<;'
""Ap^^oi/re?,
77/x6t9

evpia-KOfiev

ara

ypa(l)a

rov kovtov,

80 " OTTov 7roiK Tc? av/jb<l>covL^, oTTov ccSafjuev


*'

ivTavTa
/jlt

(TTE^ oiroies: evi

rj

ffovWa tov koX ifia^ oXtav


Nrfe^/oe hiKavov tov
iSco

avTOv'

" TO TTMS fie Tpoirov Ki d^op/jLr)v


" d(f)rjK6v

KOI avfi^wvie^ /neydXeg

TOV

fjLialp

eh tov

tottov.

" AoLTTOV, d(l)(ov fie crv/ji<j)Q)vU(;


85

tov

d(j)7]Kev

tov tottov,

"

eTTepao-e to Tepfievov,

iav huKaiov ovk %et9'

" eVel
"
(1060)

vOa elvav ol
/cal

'^(^pcaTiavol

oXrjv

Tyv

olKOVfievrjv,

TOV vofiov

re? dyoaye^, ol avfKJxovU'i re? KkeiovcTLv!'


tw?

'Ez/raOra ydp,

to rjKOvcrev eKelvo<i 6 PovfiTTepTO<i,


rj

aTTo T779 OXislreco^ Koi TTiKplas, ottov el^ev


90 ovBev rjfiTTopeae
'E/tfeii/09

KapBLa tov,

ttoo-o)?

aTTOKpiaiv vd aTpeyjry.

Be 6 fiialp Nrfe^/oe?

okopda

iarjKcoOrf'

fie

TTpoao^rjv, TTpaoTrjTa oXof? ev')(apL<TTa tov<^,

0)9

TO

')(pvv

yap to

<tvv7jOo<;

tmv d^6VT(av
rj

ol KovpTe<i,

K ev^aptaTOvaiv eKecvov'i ottov to hiKaiov Kpevovv.


95
^A(f>(ov
7]

Kpl(TL<;

eSoOijKev

/c

aTTOf^aat^i

6fjLOL(o<i,

f.

69'"

vd

fieivri
Trj<i

o\7]<s

tov fiialp Nrfe^pe y difievTia tov tottov Tlo\vTT6veao<;, tov Xeyovaiv M.opeav,
ovTco<; Trpoq
fjLrj

TLfi7)v

fieydXrjv eTTOLKev i/celvov tov VovfiTTeprov,

Kal elTTCv
2400 "7rpoo-6%,
" OTL

avTov

"'Acpevrrj ki dBeX<l>6 fiov,


rf

TO papvv6fj<i, to eBoDKev

Kpiai^'

TO BtKaLOV TO UTTatTel, OVT(0^ TO

^(^1

KOafJUO^.

"*Ai/ deXrjf;
"

yap Kai

TTpo6vfia<; fiT

efxov
(T

vd

ivefj^eivy^

eSw

t9

TOV TOTTOV TOV Mopio)^, vd

ex<f <w^

d8X<f)6v

flOV,

" Ki

oaov

KpBl(T(Ofi6 vofiov,
83 Kal
a(f).

vd eTTalpvpf! TO ae
93 Ix^i 76 ^ypa<pa
(povrjes

TTpeTTei."
fiapv<rdels ?

2375

^"""ov

90

i/wdpecre

2400

Cod.
79
e/JLTis

a 37 3 \b yap7}a(Tau

^prq<rKOix

f.

39'"

KbvTai

ttjs ^afiirdvias

^ypa<f>av

80

OTr^Trct/cai
e<T

81 ive

82

/*e

avfup.

83 Kal

d<pv(re

87 ret dyuylais

iw

Ws

KXvoiai

88

r6/cov<r

TOY MOPEQZ
P Et9 TOVTO iXoydpia^au to
Koi Tjvpavy OTL iirepaaev
2375

i^i

ripfievov tov ')(^p6vov

r)p,ipe^

BeKairivre
PovfjuTrepro^;,
tt)? Tcra/u.7ra|i/ia9,
Saxrrj.
f.

TO

T6pfji6vov,

TO eTpe^^v va eXdr] 6

pa irapaBcoarj rd iypaipa rod kovtov


-

145'

ToO

jjiirdTKov tov, fiicrep T^ec^pe,


tov<;

tov tottov vd tov

Et9 TOVTO iXdXrjaav


" 'A(f)6VT6<i,
i/jbeL<i

Bvo nal Trpo? i/celvovi Xeyovv

rjvpLaKOfjuev

aTov^

6pLap,ov<i

tov kovtov,

80 " TToO eiTOLKeV Te9


" crT69 07roL<; evi
r]

0-U/jL<f)Q)v[^,

TTOV i8a/Ji6V ivTUVTa,


fcal y/jLd<i

^ovXka tov

oXcov fieT

avTOV

" TO 7ra>9 /^e Tpoirov kc d^opfjbrjv, fie avixcfxovU^ /jLeydXe<;, " d(^r)Kev

TOV

/jnorep

T^ecj^pe Blkulov

eh tov

tottov.

85

"

K' iirepaa-ev to Tepfievov Kal Blkulov ovk


TOV
v6/jLOV

%efc9

" KoX o6ev elvat


"

^pLaTiavol aTrjv oUovfMevTjv


av/jL(fKovLe<i

oXrjv,

Kal Te? dycoye-i ol


(W9

tov KXeivovv."

Et9 TOVTO,

TO TjKovaev eKelvo^ 6

Pov/jL7repTo<;,
T)

eK Trjv TTLKplaV TYjV TToXXtjV, TYjV ei%6Z/

KapSla TOV,

90 ovSe 7roo"W9 evwBcocrev diroKpicrcv vd Bwarj.


'E/cetz/09 6
fjie

fiiaep Tfe^/3e9 evOeco'^ earjKcodT)'


Tov<;,

TTpoae^V' 'JrpaoTrjTav 0X0U9 V)(^apiaTe2

0)9

TO e^ovcTLV avvr}6eia to)v d(f)evT(bv ol KovpTe^,


f.

vd V')(^apL\aTovacv eKecvov^ oirov to BUaiov Kpevovv.


95

145'' 11

^K^Mv
vd
fielvT)

r)

KpLcrrj

eylveTov k

t)

dTTo^aaL^

6/jL0L0)<i,

6 ixLijep T^e<^pe<; d<pevT7j<; et9


JJeXo7T6vvi](TO<i,

rov tottov

0X779
Tijjbrjv

T^9

TOV Xeyovatv ^opeav,


"A^ez^T?;, dBeXcpe pLov,
rj

/jLeydXrjv

ewoiKev eKeivov tov VovfXTTepTOVy


7Tpd<;

Kal eliTev ovtw^


2400 " TTpocre^^e,
fJirj

avTov

to ^apedy^, to eBcoKev

Kpiat^'

" OTL TO BiKaLov diT

avTTjv, ovTco<; TO e^ei, 6 Koa/xo^,


7Tpo6vfi7J<;
M.opect}<i,

"*Av
" Kal

OeXrj'i

yap Kal

vd

fielvy^i /jLt

ifjueva
/jlov,

" eB(o et9 TOV TOTTOV

TOV

vd a e^f^ dBeX(f)6v

TO

KepBl(TQ)/j,ev

c/jlov,

vd e^J}^ to ae Tpe^ec."
95
dTt6<rts

2381 arh]

ais

89 dTTo TTju 6\-^\J/v Kal iriKpid. 90 elfXTdpeae yap TO avvr]des Kdpres 94 Kpivovv 97

92

irpb <r^xv

viKoTrbvriffos

93 o<rr6xet 98 ovviriprov
4 Kal 6<xa

2400

/xW/ TO pap$T)s
6fjt,ov

om.

2 vavefilweis

3 us

om.

Kalpdifaofxe

vairipvTii

II

i62

TA XPONIKA
K'
Klvo<; diro

H
2406

^Xti/reo)?

rov ovhev to eKaraSi^rrj.

^Evravra
/c

6 fxialp IS^rl^e^pe'i /cakecrfia /jueya eVot/cei/,


rov<;

CKoXeaev

a7ravTa<i, fiiKpov^; re koI /te^aXou?,

(1080)

Kol ')(afioTaovKtv eiroLKev, to Xiyovv ol FcofMaloL'

<l>dya(rLv

i')(^dpr}aav,

k i^vXoKOvrapicTav'
dpL(f>vtcr/jL6v

10 ')(ppov<;,

TraiyviBta eiroiKav,

ovk

ei')(av.

'E/ceti/09

yap

OTTOV XaXS) FofiTripTO vre TcrafjuirdvLa,

Kpa^6 TOP fiialp NT^<f)pe koX Xeyet 7rpo9 eKelvov


" ^AcjyoTov iyo) aTroelBa to ttjv dcfyevTcav

ovk

e')((o,
f.

15

dXoya koI (TvvTpo<f)Lav tov vd %ft) virayaiveL." 'n<ravT0)9 yap i^'^Trjaev oXcov tojv Kc^aXdhcdv,
"369
yLte

69

tS)v dp')(^Lepeu}v Koi '^prjaLfKov dvdpcoTroov ottov rjorav

eh

TTjv ^ovXrjv, kl

airo^aaiv

/cal

Kpicnv ottov iirolKav,

X^P'^t'

^d TOV

TTOirjaova-iVy

vd to e^ovaiv ^ovXXooo-ec,
ttjv

TO 7rw9 iicplvav k elnraarLv


20

KpLcnv ottov iScoKav,


t?}9 <Tvix^(ovla<; i/ceiVT]^;^

eW

ovT(o<;

Kal to dvTlypafifia

OTTOV rjTov TTOLTjaovTa kvofjiov G KovTo^i T^9 Taa[A,TTdvLa^


fjueTd

TOV evyeveaTaTOv ficalp ^T^ecfipev eKclvov,


fieT

vd ra pacTTaivr)
t6t

avTov eKelae
p7]y6<s

e/9

ttjv

^payKiav,

hid vd TO Bel^y tov


25

kl oXcov tojv KCcpaXdScov,

ottov

rjcrav

et9

ttjv

^payKiav, tov kovtov t^9

T<Ta/jLTTdvi,a<;,

Bed vd
(1100)

fjLTjBev

TOV Be^covrac

x^cop^f^^^ '^V^

vTTo6ea-6(o<;.

Mera

%a/3a9 ra eTToUaaLv kl oXol t i^ovXXwaav.


fiLcrlp

^ATTavTOV ydp tov eSojKev


Bo)p7]fiaTa, xP'piafiaTay

Nrf0/369

iKLvo<i

BLa^opiKa Kal TTXelaTa'


vTToax^ae^ tov 6ttolkv,
Kal avvTpo^iav tov iTTOLxev
^^'">

30 BovXcoTLKa Kal <l)p6vL/Jba

vd TOV

OpL^T),

TTaVTOTe vd eVL iBcKOfi TOV.


(oB'^yeylrev
/jlct
f.

K' eK TOVTOV TOV


61x69

70'

TOV iBLa^rj

avTov fiixp^

'''V^

-^J^BpafflBa,

2405 iKaraS^KTrf
29 irXdada

11 vr^aixiravia

16 XPW^I^^''

25 erbre

Cod.
9 Kal

2405 TOV om.

Karad^KTij
/teydXes

f*

39''

iv ro&ro

om.

xa/;o'aj', Kcifiay Xa/>cs

9**

^aprja Ka^aKiKaL\pa<Ti.v, er^aKt^av

KOVTopia
"Xf^ir-qfiuv

10

apTjtpvTjfx^v

14 Kal
17

<rvv5po(f>l

va wdpo va vayivta

i6 Kal
Kplaij

apxovTov owep ^<rav

om.

18

"". X'^P''^ ^"-f^ "^^^

r^v

bvov

'

TOY MOPEQZ
P
2406

163
(p. 59)

'E/cAro9

e/c

rrfv 6\i'>^LV
fjbL(Tep

rov ovSev i/caraBixTT).


re koI /leyaXov^;'

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iiriadiv^

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10 ')(opov^y iraiyvihia eiroiKav


'E/cetz^o?

on

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f.

oirov

<T6

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T^ecftpe kol Xeyei 7rp6<;
iBco

145^ 1

XaXel Tov rov

fjucaep

eKelvov

" 'Eyo) ifiXeirco dir

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50 dt^evTr}
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2438
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75
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6

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eh ro
OTTOV
90 rrjv
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(p. 61)

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95

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ek ro Kaarpov
68 t^s 56^av
92
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2467 iarevaav

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(1180)

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2496

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