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Headword: *ei)rhnai=os
Adler number: epsiloniota,190
Translated headword: Irenaeus, Eirenaios, Pacatus
Vetting Status: high
Also called Pacatus in Latin.[1] Pupil of Heliodorus the metricist;[2] grammarian; of Alexandria. [He wrote] On the Athenian Processional Escort; On the Alexandrian Dialect, that it is derived from Attic (7 books); Attic Nouns (3 books); Attic Usage in Diction and Prosody, alphabetically arranged (3 books); Canons of Hellenism (1 book); On Atticism (1 book); and many other works.
Greek Original:
*ei)rhnai=os, o( kai\ *pa/katos klhqei\s th=| *(rwmai/wn diale/ktw|, maqhth\s *(hliodw/rou tou= metrikou=, grammatiko/s, *)alecandreu/s. *peri\ th=s *)aqhnai/wn propompi/as, *peri\ th=s *)alecandre/wn diale/ktou, o(/ti e)/stin e)k th=s *)atqi/dos, bibli/a z#, *)attikw=n o)noma/twn bibli/a g#, *)attikh=s sunhqei/as th=s e)n le/cei kai\ prosw|di/a| kata\ stoixei=on bibli/a g#, *kano/nas *(ellhnismou= bibli/on a#, *peri\ *)attikismou= bibli/on a#, kai\ a)/lla polla/.
[1] RE Eirenaios(7); NP Eirenaios(1). Identical with pi 29 (Pacatus). (Not to be confused with the Christian theologican Irenaeus of Lyon.)
[2] RE Heliodoros(16); OCD4 Heliodorus(2).
Keywords: biography; dialects, grammar, and etymology; geography; religion; rhetoric
Translated by: Malcolm Heath on 19 February 2001@11:23:00.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (cosmetics) on 13 September 2002@05:37:26.
David Whitehead (expanded n.1) on 26 November 2012@06:18:04.
David Whitehead (updated a ref) on 1 August 2014@09:33:30.
Catharine Roth (tweaked note) on 19 April 2018@01:18:49.


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