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Headword: *neoteuxe/s
Adler number: nu,211
Translated headword: freshly-crafted, newly-chased, brand-new
Vetting Status: high
[Meaning something] recently prepared.
Greek Original:
*neoteuxe/s: newsti\ kateskeuasme/non.
Likewise in Photius nu151 Theodoridis; cf. Apollonius the Sophist, Homeric Lexicon 116.4, and the scholia to Homer, Iliad 5.194 (where neoteuxe/es appears). On the other hand, the entry at Anecdota graeca, ed. L. Bachmann, 307.29, points to a scholion on neoteuxe/s in Theocritus, Idylls 1.28, which reads h)/goun to\ newsti\ toreuqe\n kai\ glufe/n.
Theocritus is describing there a newly-finished wooden vase, and, on the face of it, support the hypothesis that the derivatives of the verb teu/xw refer to prepaing and producing craft objects through any technique. The scholiast here refers to the arts of toreutikh/ (English 'chasing', see Simon in bibliography below) and sculpting. He thus adds some support to the alternative hypothesis that this group of words was in early times used for the working of surfaces by pick (tu/xos, tau 1148), chisel and hammer into relief and/or incised engraving. For fuller argumentation see tau 375.
Simon, E., 'Toreutica' in Enciclopedia dell’Arte Antica 7.919-48
Keywords: art history; daily life; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; epic; poetry; science and technology; trade and manufacture
Translated by: Robert Dyer on 20 May 2003@11:37:19.
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