Три надписа-графита от храма „Св. София“ в Константинопол

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The paper deals with the three graffito inscriptions which were scratched on the sheathing plates and marble columns in the southern gallery of Hagia Sophia. The first graffito is found in the western gallery of the church. In its reconstructed form the graffito reads: “Igor Ulminge has wrote this”. Paleographic data allow us to refer the inscription to the second half of the 11th century. The second one is situated on a marble column of the eastern end of the southern gallery. It reads: “Svyataya Sofiya [pomiluy mya]. Grechin wrote [it]”. The date of the graffito based on the paleography is the12th century. The third inscription is found on a marble column from the balustrade in the western bay of the south gallery. It reads:
“Lord, help Thy poor servant Louka, a fugitive“. The date of the graffito based on the paleography is the end of the 14th century.

Тома Томов (София, България)

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