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Headword: *(/oti ce/nous
Adler number: omicron,736
Translated headword: that guest-friends
Vetting Status: high
[That] certain [guest-friends] of his, who were digging in the vineyard of Philip and were tied up, Satyros begged from Philip over drinks, Aeschines claims in the [speech] On the Mismanaged Embassy.[1] But Demosthenes in the [speech] Against Aeschines says that it was the daughters of Apollophanes that he begged off;[2] and he seems to be more truthful. For Aristotle in one of his letters to Philip writes: 'he released the daughters of Apollophanes to Satyros the actor'.[3]
Greek Original:
*(/oti ce/nous tina\s e(autw=| ai)xmalw/tous ska/ptontas e)n tw=| *fili/ppou a)mpelourgi/w| kai\ dedeme/nous para\ po/ton e)ch|th/sato para\ *fili/ppou *sa/turos, *ai)sxi/nhs me\n e)n tw=| *parapresbei/as fhsi/n. o( de\ *dhmosqe/nhs e)n tw=| kat' *ai)sxi/nou le/gei, o(/ti ta\s *)apollofa/nous qugate/ras e)ch|th/sato: kai\ e)/oike ma=llon a)lhqeu/ein. kai\ ga\r *)aristote/lhs e)/n tini tw=n pro\s *fi/lippon e)pistolw=n le/gei: *satu/rw| tw=| u(pokrith=| ta\s *)apollofa/nous qugate/ras a)fh=ken.
= Harpokration (and Photius) s.v.
[1] Aeschines 2.156.
[2] Demosthenes 19.194. See also delta 645, phi 769.
[3] Aristotle fr. 604 Rose.
Keywords: biography; ethics; food; history; rhetoric; women
Translated by: David Whitehead on 12 December 2000@08:40:49.
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Robert Dyer (added x-refs) on 19 April 2003@11:37:51.
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