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Headword: *qessalw=n no/misma
Adler number: theta,260
Translated headword: Thessalians' usage
Vetting Status: high
This proverbial saying is applied to deceit.[1]
"With Philip as king of Macedonia for 20 years and having subjugated Thessaly, where he founded a city and called it Thessalonike ['Thessaly-victory']."[2]
Others [say] that the city was founded in the name of his daughter Thessalonike.[3]
Greek Original:
*qessalw=n no/misma: paroimiw=des tou=to tasso/menon e)pi\ a)pa/ths. th=s de\ *makedoni/as basileu/ontos *fili/ppou e)/th k# kai\ th\n *qessali/an u(pota/cantos, e)n h(=| po/lin kti/sas e)ka/lese *qessaloni/khn. oi( de\ e)p' o)no/mati *qessaloni/khs qugatro\s e)kti/sqai th\n po/lin.
[1] cf. the very similar theta 182/theta 259/theta 291. For this gloss, cf. the scholia to Euripides, Phoenician Women 1407-8.
[2] George the Monk, Chronicon 25.10-12 (where however the first participle is aorist, not present: 'when Philip had been...').
[3] Thessalonike was indeed the daughter of Philip II, but the city was founded by her husband Kassandros/Cassander.
Keywords: aetiology; biography; Christianity; chronology; daily life; dialects, grammar, and etymology; ethics; geography; historiography; history; proverbs; tragedy; women
Translated by: David Whitehead on 22 May 2003@09:35:41.
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Catharine Roth (cosmetics) on 13 August 2003@00:54:16.
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