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Headword: *)epaggeli/a
Adler number: epsilon,1916
Translated headword: proclamation
Vetting Status: high
['Proclamation'] and [sc. also attested is the related aorist infinitive e)paggei=lai] 'to proclaim'. While it has other meanings too, it is used in a special sense of those accusing someone of being unfit to address the [sc. Athenian] people and to have a public career, and it is a kind of summons. But 'to proclaim' is also what they say to mean to order or to request, as Antiphon [illustrates], and also Demosthenes in the Mismanaged Embassy [speech].[1]
Greek Original:
*)epaggeli/a kai\ *)epaggei=lai: shmai/nei me\n kai\ a)/lla, i)di/ws de\ e)pi\ tw=n e)gkalou/ntwn tini\ dhmhgorei=n kai\ politeu/esqai ou)k e)co/n, kai\ e)/stin oi(=on paraggeli/a. le/gousi de\ to\ e)pagge/llesqai kai\ a)nti\ tou= prosta/ttein h)\ ai)tei=sqai, w(s *)antifw=n, a)lla\ kai\ *dhmosqe/nhs e)n tw=| *parapresbei/as.
[1] Antiphon fr. 30 Sauppe; Demosthenes 19.41 (web address 1) and 19.193 (web address 2). From Harpocration s.v. e)paggeli/a. See also epsilon 1914, epsilon 1915, epsilon 1917, epsilon 1918.
Associated internet addresses:
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Web address 2
Keywords: constitution; definition; ethics; law; politics; rhetoric
Translated by: David Whitehead on 10 November 2000@06:39:51.
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Catharine Roth (cosmetics) on 4 January 2003@01:18:28.
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