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Headword: *(ipparxi/a
Adler number: iota,517
Translated headword: Hipparchia
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
Sister of Metrokles the Cynic, from Maroneia,[1] Cynic philosopher, wife of Krates the Cynic, who was an Athenian, student of Bryson from Achaia, or as some say of Diogenes.[2] She wrote philosophical discussions and some essays and propositions addressed to Theodoros, the one called Atheist.[3] She flourished in the 111th Olympiad.[4]
Greek Original:
*(ipparxi/a, a)delfh\ *mhtrokle/ous tou= *kunikou=, *marwnei=tis, filo/sofos *kunikh/, gunh\ *kra/thtos tou= *kunikou=, o(\s h)=n *)aqhnai=os, *bru/swnos maqhth\s tou= *)axaiou= h)\ w(/s tines *dioge/nous. e)/graye filoso/fous u(poqe/seis kai/ tina e)pixeirh/mata kai\ prota/seis pro\s *qeo/dwron to\n e)piklhqe/nta *)/aqeon. h)/kmazen e)pi\ th=s ria# *)olumpia/dos.
Notes:
[1] In Thrace.
[2] Krates: kappa 2341.
[3] Theodoros: theta 150. For Hipparchia's dispute with him see Diogenes Laertius 6.96-98 (translated at web address 1).
[4] 336-333 BCE.
Associated internet address:
Web address 1
Keywords: biography; chronology; geography; philosophy; women
Translated by: Ross Scaife ✝ on 26 November 2002@19:47:45.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (added note and keyword; cosmetics) on 27 November 2002@03:50:51.
David Whitehead (another note and keyword; tweaking) on 14 January 2013@04:23:08.
Catharine Roth (updated link) on 4 January 2020@22:39:41.

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