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Samson the Hospitable (19 items)

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June 27 (18 items)
501 saint [S] п(рѣ)побнаго самьѱ̇она· страноприѣмца·
882 saint [S] стго ѡца нашего сапсона. [for самсона] створь|шаго ѡбитѣль страннымь. [Xristova-Šomova (2012: 764) notes that this textual formula also occurs in ZT-F72 and DC2.]
Arx saint [S] ст꙯го самѱона·
B saint [S] прѣпбнаго самьсона·
Baron saint [S] Constantinopoli sancti Sampsonis presbyteri, pauperum exceptoris.
Bas saint [S] μνήμη τοῦ ὁσίου Πατρὸ̀ς ἡμῶν Σαμψὼν τοῦ Ξενοδόχου.
C saint [S] прѣпобнаго самьсона·
DC2 saint [S] стго енодора· и прпбнаго ѡца самѱона створшаго ѡбитель странны · [Xristova-Šomova (2012:763-64) points out that 'Xenodorus' ('hospitable') here is not a separate saint, but the Greek descriptor for Samson; she also observes (p. 764) that the rest of the textual formula also occurs in 882 and ZT-F72.]
Ekl saint [S] Τοῦ ὁσ. Σαμψὼν τοῦ ξενοδόχου.
F72 saint [S] Памѧ ст꙯го ѡ̇ц꙯а нш꙯его сампсона· створшаго ѡ̇битѣль странимь· [Xristova-Šomova (2012: 764) notes that this textual formula also occurs in 882 and DC2.]
H event [E] [S] τοῦ ὁσίου πατρὸς ἡμῶν Σαμψὼν πρεσβυτέρου γενομένου καὶ ξενοδόχου, οὖ τὸ μὲν ἄγιον λείψανον ἐν τῷ ἁγίῳ Μωκίῳ ἀπόκειται. Τελεῖται δὲ ἡ αὐτοῦ σύναξιϛ ἐν αὐτῷ τῷ παρ᾽ αὐτοῦ συσταθέντι ξενὼνι, ἐν ᾦ λειτουργεῖ ὁ πατριάρχηϛ.
JT saint [S] Του̃ ὁσίου πατρὸς ἡμω̃ν Σαμψὼν του̃ ξενοδόχου.
KarpAp saint [S] Ст꙯го самнсона·
KarpEv saint [S] прпобнаго ѡ̈ц꙯а ншего самѱона· странопрӥемца·
Os saint [S] па прпдбьноумоу· сампсоноу·
P saint [S] τοῦ ὁσίου Σαμψὼν τοῦ ξενοδόχου.
Xlud.31 saint [S] Ст꙯го самѱона·
ZT saint [S] Оц꙯а нш꙯го саѱона· створьшаго ѡбитѣлъ странньїмъ· [Xristova-Šomova (2012: 764) notes that this formula also occurs in 882 and DC2;; Sreznevskij's rendition has, incorrectly, странѣмнъ]
August 3 (1 item)
Ekl saint [S] Τοῦ ὁσ. Σαμψὼν.