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Headword: Phatria
Adler number: phi,136
Translated headword: phratry, clan
Vetting Status: high
[Meaning a] corps.[1]
The tribe [fulh/] is divided into 4 [parts] corresponding to the 4 seasons of the year; each division [is subdivided] into 3 [parts], so we say there are 12 corresponding to the 12 months of the year; and they are called trittyes and phratries.[2]
"Anastasios the Silentiary,[3] who became emperor subsequently,[4] in the time of Euphemios the patriarch of Constantinople,[5] having arranged a see, conspired with certain men. But Euphemios with a threat tells him either, if he frequents the Church, to maintain her doctrines, or not to approach at all so as to mislead those less experienced; 'but if you act contrary to this, I will cut off your hair and lead you in triumph before the people.' At this he kept silence; for he was an adherent of the doctrine of Eutyches."[6]
Greek Original:
Phatria: suntagma. hê phulê diêirêtai eis d# kata tas d# hôras tou eniautou: hekastê de diairesis eis g#, hôs ginesthai phamen ib# kata tous ib# mênas tou eniautou: kaleisthai de trittuas kai phatrias. Anastasios Selentiarios, ho metepeita basileusas, epi Euphêmiou patriarchou Kônstantinoupoleôs kathedran kataskeuasas meta tinôn ephatriazen. ho de Euphêmios meta apeilês legei autôi ê en têi ekklêsiai thamizonta ta tautês phronein ê mêdolôs epibainein pros to diastrephein tous apeiroterous: ei de para tauta praxeias, ektemôn sou tên komên tois dêmois se thriambeusô. ektote hêsuchian êgen: anteicheto gar tês Eutuchous doxês.
[1] Likewise or similarly -- i.e. with an apparent lack of comprehension -- in other lexica. The headword fatri/a is a variant of fratri/a, for which see phi 693, phi 694.
[2] cf. tau 1029.
[3] Anastasius I, also known as Dikoros, emperor 491-518. See alpha 2077, delta 1103, kappa 1648, mu 1317, tau 983; De Imperatoribus Romanis entry (Hugh Elton) at web address 1.
[4] Already at alpha 2078.
[5] Euphemius the patriarch: epsilon 3798.
[6] In Hermes 52.314, C. de Boor attributed this passage to Theodore the Lector or John of Antioch, comparing George the Monk, Chronicon 623.20 ff. (Not accepted as Johnian by U.Roberto.) On Eutyches, see epsilon 3782.
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Keywords: biography; Christianity; chronology; constitution; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; geography; historiography; history; military affairs; politics; religion
Translated by: Catharine Roth on 22 March 2011@01:17:11.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (more keywords; tweaks) on 22 March 2011@04:08:16.
David Whitehead on 5 December 2013@03:34:26.
Catharine Roth (coding, typo) on 28 November 2014@00:16:53.
David Whitehead (expanded a note) on 30 January 2015@03:25:38.
Catharine Roth (tweaked translation) on 7 July 2015@00:07:03.


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