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Headword: *(eka/teion
Adler number: epsilon,361
Translated headword: Hekateion
Vetting Status: high
A statue of [the goddess] Hekate.[1] And [there is] a saying, 'Theagenes' Hekateion', of which he used to learn when he went away anywhere.[2] [It was he] who used to be called Smoke. There were 2 other Theagenes-es: the one who wrote about Homer and the one satirized for being a softy.[3]
Greek Original:
*(eka/teion: *(eka/ths a)/galma. kai\ paroimi/a, *qeage/nous *(eka/teion: ou(= e)punqa/neto pantaxou= a)piw/n. o(\s *kapno\s e)kalei=to. h)=san de\ *qea- ge/neis a)/lloi b#: o( peri\ *(omh/rou gra/yas kai\ o( e)pi\ malaki/a| diabeblhme/nos.
[1] From the scholia to Aristophanes, Wasps 804 (web address 1), where the headword occurs. For Hekate cf. epsilon 363, epsilon 364, epsilon 365.
[2] From the scholia to Aristophanes, Lysistrata 63-4 (web address 2), where, as transmitted, the headword occurs -- though some modern editions follow van Leeuwen's emendation to akateion (a small boat: alpha 819). Consult the note in Henderson ad loc., where inter alia the spelling Theogenes is preferred.
[3] From the scholia to Aristophanes, Birds 822 (web address 3); cf. theta 80, theta 81, upsilon 79.
Aristophanes, Lysistrata, edited with introduction and commentary by Jeffrey Henderson (Oxford 1987)
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Keywords: art history; biography; comedy; daily life; definition; epic; ethics; history; proverbs; religion; women
Translated by: David Whitehead on 14 May 2003@05:01:21.
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William Hutton (added links and keywords, set status) on 4 June 2003@05:22:38.
David Whitehead (more x-refs; cosmetics) on 2 March 2006@04:03:14.
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