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Headword: Truphôn
Adler number: tau,1115
Translated headword: Tryphon, Trypho
Vetting Status: high
Son of Ammonius; of Alexandria. Grammarian and poet.[1] He lived in the times of Augustus, and earlier. [He wrote] On Pleonasm in the Aeolic Dialect (7 books); On the dialects in Homer, Simonides, Pindar, Alcman and the other lyric poets; On the dialect of Greeks and of Argos [Myth, Place], Himera, Rhegium, the Dorians and Syracuse; On Analogy in the Oblique Cases (1 book); On Analogy in the Nominative; On Comparative Words (1 book); On Analogy in Monosyllables; On the Characters of Nouns (1 book); On Analogy in Barytone Verbs (1 book); [2] On enclitic verbs, and infinitives, imperatives, optatives and (in brief) all [the moods]; On Orthography and Questions in it; On breaths, and tropes; etc.
Greek Original:
Truphôn, Ammôniou, Alexandreus, grammatikos kai poiêtês, gegonôs kata tous Augoustou chronous kai proteron. Peri pleonasmou tou en têi Aiolidi dialektôi biblia z#, Peri tôn par' Homêrôi dialektôn kai Simônidêi kai Pindarôi kai Alkmani kai tois allois lurikois, Peri tês Hellênôn dialektou kai Argeiôn kai Himeraiôn kai Rhêginôn kai Dôrieôn kai Surakousiôn, Peri tês en klisesin analogias a#, Peri tês en eutheiai analogias, Peri onomatôn sunkritikôn a#, Peri tês en monosullabois analogias, Peri onomatôn charaktêrôn a#, Peri rhêmatôn analogias barutonôn a#, Peri rhêmatôn enklitikôn kai aparemphatôn kai prostaktikôn kai euktikôn kai haplôs pantôn, Peri orthographias kai tôn autêi zêtoumenôn, Peri pneumatôn kai tropôn: kai alla.
Late C1 BC. See generally RE Tryphon(25); OCD4 Tryphon(2).
[1] Adler notes Bernhardy's suggestion that 'and poet' relates not to this man but to tau 1112.
[2] Barytone verbs are those which are not contract verbs but have normal recessive accentuation.
P.M. Fraser, Ptolemaic Alexandria (Oxford 1972) 474
Eleanor Dickey, Ancient Greek Scholarship (Oxford 2007) 84-85
Keywords: biography; chronology; dialects, grammar, and etymology; epic; geography; poetry; rhetoric
Translated by: Malcolm Heath on 23 March 1999@15:10:20.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (added keywords; cosmetics) on 11 September 2002@04:43:08.
David Whitehead (added keyword) on 13 September 2002@09:22:58.
David Whitehead (more bibliography; cosmetics) on 24 July 2007@05:29:09.
Catharine Roth (tweaked translation) on 15 March 2012@01:14:20.
David Whitehead (another keyword) on 16 January 2014@04:42:41.
David Whitehead (another note) on 26 March 2014@10:26:57.
David Whitehead (updated a ref) on 2 August 2014@11:25:31.
Catharine Roth (added a note) on 17 January 2016@01:24:29.
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