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Headword: *)epiqe/tous e(orta/s
Adler number: epsilon,2327
Translated headword: extra festivals
Vetting Status: high
Isocrates in Areopagitikos [sc. uses this phrase].[1] It is the festivals that are not traditional, but voted for by other means, that they used to call "extra". And other things too were described as "extra" amongst them, [such as] the non-traditional jurisdiction of the Areopagos council.[2] Lysias speaks of "extra letters", those given to certain people to carry.[3] And "to add letters" means to hand them over. And "he added" means he handed over.[4]
Greek Original:
*)epiqe/tous e(orta/s: *)isokra/ths *)areopagitikw=|. ta\s mh\ patri/ous e(orta/s, a)/llws de\ e)piyhfisqei/sas, e)piqe/tous e)ka/loun. e)le/geto de\ par' au)toi=s kai\ a)/lla e)pi/qeta/ tina, o(/sa mh\ pa/tria o)/nta h( e)c *)arei/ou pa/gou boulh\ e)di/kaze. *lusi/as de\ e)piqe/tous e)pistola\s le/gei ta\s doqei/sas tisi\n w(/ste diakomi/sai. kai\ e)piqei=nai e)pistola/s, a)nti\ tou= paradou=nai. kai\ e)pe/qhken, a)nti\ tou= pare/dwken.
An abridged version of Harpokration s.v. There, as again here, the headword phrase is accusative plural.
[1] Isocrates 7.29.
[2] Harpok. cites Lysias fr. 178 Sauppe (now 224 Carey OCT) for this.
[3] Lysias fr. 116 Sauppe (now 158 Carey OCT).
[4] Harpok. cites Demosthenes 34.38 for this.
Keywords: constitution; daily life; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; law; religion; rhetoric
Translated by: David Whitehead on 14 November 2000@03:53:03.
Vetted by:
Catharine Roth (cosmetics, keyword) on 8 April 2003@00:57:48.
David Whitehead (added keyword; cosmetics) on 9 April 2003@04:17:53.
David Whitehead (augmented notes and keywords; tweaks and cosmetics) on 7 July 2011@08:39:30.


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