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Headword: *)artemi/dwros
Adler number: alpha,4025
Translated headword: Artemidoros, Artemidorus
Vetting Status: high
A Daldian (Daldis is a Lydian city),[1] a philosopher. He wrote the Onirocritica in 4 books,[2] the Oeonoscopica and the Chiroscopica.[3]
Greek Original:
*)artemi/dwros, *daldiano/s [po/lis de/ e)sti *ludi/as h( *da/ldis], filo/sofos. e)/grayen *)oneirokritika\ e)n bibli/ois d#, *oi)wnoskopika\ kai\ *xeiroskopika/.
C2 AD. See generally Simon Price in OCD(4) p.176, s.v. 'Artemidorus(3)'.
[1] cf. delta 30. Artemidoros was actually an Ephesian; it was his mother who had come from Daldis.
[2] Text: Teubner (1963) by R.A. Pack. Translation (1975) by R.J. White; new translation by M. Hammond (2020) and monograph by P. Thonemann (2020). "The product of travels to collect dreams and their outcomes and of study of the numerous earlier works on the subject, [this] is the only extant ancient dream-book" (Price).
[3] This last work has probably been misattributed.
S.R.F. Price, Past & Present 1986, 3-37
Daniel E. Harris-McCoy, Artemidorus' Oneirocritica: text, translation, and commentary (OUP 2012)
Martin Hammond, 2020. Artemidorus, On the Interpretation of Dreams (Oxford World's Classics; OUP 2020). Introduction by P.J. Thonemann.
Peter J. Thonemann, 2020. An Ancient Dream Manual: Artemidorus’ The Interpretation of Dreams (OUP 2020)
Keywords: biography; dreams; geography; philosophy
Translated by: Jennifer Benedict on 7 April 2001@15:32:46.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (augmented notes; added bibliography and keyword) on 8 April 2001@09:47:05.
David Whitehead (another keyword) on 30 September 2005@07:35:28.
David Whitehead (tweaking) on 13 April 2012@05:33:04.
David Whitehead (added bibliography) on 2 June 2014@04:36:15.
David Whitehead (updated a ref) on 31 July 2014@03:56:59.
D. Graham J. Shipley (Added two new items of bibliography.) on 27 June 2021@23:31:23.

Headword: *)artemi/dwros
Adler number: alpha,4026
Translated headword: Artemidorus, Artemidoros
Vetting Status: high
The Pseudo-Aristophanes, the man who compiled words relating to cookery.
Greek Original:
*)artemi/dwros, o( *yeudoaristofa/neios, o( o)yartutika\s le/ceis sunagagw/n.
From tau 599; and see also omicron 1072.
Keywords: biography; comedy; food
Translated by: Jennifer Benedict on 5 April 2001@23:16:12.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (modified headword and translation; added note and keyword) on 6 April 2001@03:58:05.
David Whitehead on 2 August 2011@09:51:25.
D. Graham J. Shipley (modified translation of one word) on 27 June 2021@23:36:52.


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