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Headword: *)/ekleiyis
Adler number: epsilon,464
Translated headword: abandonment; eclipse
Vetting Status: high
[Abandonment] and [sc. also attested is] 'he/she/it abandoned': each of these is applied to the diapsephiseis[1] which take place in the [sc. Athenian] demes concerning those being entered on the deme register. All those who are challenged as being non-citizens face the charges, and the demesmen vote on them; anyone who does not turn up to be judged has 'abandoned' the decision on him. And this is called 'abandonment'.[2]
The eclipse of the sun when it is being obscured by the moon appears to take place distinctly. See under diafane/s.[3]
Greek Original:
*)/ekleiyis kai\ *)ece/lipen: e(ka/teron au)tw=n te/taktai e)pi\ tw=n diayhfi/sewn tw=n ginome/nwn e)n toi=s dh/mois peri\ tw=n ginome/nwn ei)s to\ lhciarxiko\n grammatei=on. o(/soi me\n e)gkalou/menoi, o(/ti mh/ ei)sin a)stoi/, a)pantw=si pro\s ta\ e)gklh/mata, peri\ tou/twn oi( dhmo/tai yh=fon fe/rousin: o(/stis de\ mh\ parege/neto kriqhso/menos, e)ce/lipen ou(=tos th\n peri\ au)tou= dia/gnwsin. kai\ tou=to e)/kleiyis kalei=tai. o(/ti h( tou= h(li/ou e)/kleiyis e)piprosqoume/nou u(po\ th=s selh/nhs e)nargw=s fai/netai gi/nesqai. zh/tei e)n tw=| diafane/s.
[1] See generally delta 850.
[2] Similar material in Lexica Segueriana s.v. ekleipsis (259.21-26).
[3] delta 810.
Keywords: constitution; definition; geography; history; law; science and technology
Translated by: David Whitehead on 14 May 2003@07:16:37.
Vetted by:
William Hutton (cosmetics, set status) on 5 June 2003@05:27:33.
David Whitehead (added note) on 5 June 2003@09:59:46.
David Whitehead on 5 August 2012@09:33:30.
David Whitehead on 9 December 2015@03:41:55.


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