γράψας: cutting. “γράφω” notably is used for cutting, carving, scratching (“Δ 139, Ρ” 599), and painting, as well as for writing.
: in a tablet
’). Two plates of wood (covered with wax, in later times, and joined by a hinge) were tied together so that the inner surfaces should not be seen by the bearer. This, rather than “γράψας
”, indicates the form of an epistle.
: life-destroying, death-bringing, i.e.
directing that the bearer should be put into a place of danger.