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Headword: Epithetous heortas
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:
Epithetous heortas: Isokratês Areopagitikôi. tas mê patrious heortas, allôs de epipsêphistheisas, epithetous ekaloun. elegeto de par' autois kai alla epitheta tina, hosa mê patria onta hê ex Areiou pagou boulê edikaze. Lusias de epithetous epistolas legei tas dotheisas tisin hôste diakomisai. kai epitheinai epistolas, anti tou paradounai. kai epethêken, anti tou paredôken.
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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