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Headword: Spoudazô peri ton andra
Adler number: sigma,967
Translated headword: I am solicitous for the man
Vetting Status: high
Demosthenes [in the speech] Against Meidias [sc. uses this verb].[1] Theopompus in Epitome of the [Histories] of Herodotus has it mean I am anxious. The same [writer] in the Epitome has it mean I want.[2] Plato in [book] 3 of Republic has it mean not as a game but seriously.[3] Apollodorus of Carystus in Hunger-strikers has it mean I crave.[4] Xenophon in Symposium [uses the verb] talking seriously to mean talking solemnly.[5] "What are you keen on?" -- meaning what are you concerned about? Alexis too [says] this.[6]
"And he entrusted some of the warships [to the quaestors], being anxious to have what the camp needed conveyed to it." Polybius [says this].[7]
Greek Original:
Spoudazô peri ton andra: Dêmosthenês kata Meidiou. epi de tou katepeigomai Theopompos epitomêi tôn Hêrodotou. epi de tou boulomai ho autos en têi epitomêi. epi de tou mê paigniôdôs, all' espoudasmenôs Platôn Politeias g#. epi de tou lian thelô Apollodôros Karustios Apokarterousin. epi de tou semnologein to spoudaiologêsai Xenophôn Sumposiôi. tini speudeis; anti tou tini spoudazeis; houtôs kai Alexis. kai tina tôn makrôn ploiôn exapesteile, spoudazôn tôi stratopedôi ta pros tên chreian. Polubios.
The first and major part of this entry is also in Photius (sigma476 Theodoridis).
[1] Nothing in Demosthenes 21, as transmitted, corresponds exactly to this headword phrase as a whole (which must be quoted from somewhere else, unidentifiable). Rather, its verb does occur there in chs.4 and 213 (as noted by Adler and Theodoridis) and also in ch.195.
[2] Theopompus FGrH 115 F4 (for both passages).
[3] Plato, Republic 403B, 405A.
[4] Apollodorus fr. 3 Kock (and K.-A.).
[5] Xenophon, Symposium 8.41.
[6] Alexis fr. 309 Kock (310 K.-A.).
[7] Polybius 1.52.7; cf. generally epsilon 3195.
Keywords: biography; comedy; definition; ethics; historiography; history; military affairs; philosophy; rhetoric
Translated by: David Whitehead on 4 November 2001@08:37:12.
Vetted by:
Catharine Roth (set status) on 30 December 2004@00:35:25.
David Whitehead (augmented n.1; added a keyword) on 1 January 2005@07:22:38.
David Whitehead (tweaks) on 19 August 2011@07:41:34.
David Whitehead (added primary note and expanded n.1) on 19 August 2011@07:46:16.
David Whitehead on 31 December 2013@07:09:43.


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