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Headword: *freno/qen
Adler number: phi,704
Translated headword: from the mind
Vetting Status: high
Sophocles [writes]: "for never from the mind did you proceed toward left-handed things, child of Telamon, so as to fall upon the flocks."[1] Instead of "For you are not out of your mind to such an extent, that you would attack the sheep without the influence of the gods." The ancients used to call foolish things 'left-handed', and clever things 'right-handed'.
Greek Original:
*freno/qen: *sofoklh=s: ou)/ pote ga\r freno/qen e)p' a)ristera/, pai= *telamw=nos, e)/bhs, to/son e)n poi/mnaisi pitnw=n. a)nti\ tou= ou) ga\r e)pi\ tosou=ton a)/frwn ei)=, w(s a)/neu ai)ti/as qew=n e)mpesei=n toi=s poimni/ois. a)ristera\ de\ ta\ mwra\ e)ka/loun oi( palaioi/, decia\ de\ ta\ suneta/.
The headword adverb, a single word in the Greek, is extracted from the quotation given.
[1] Sophocles, Ajax 183-5, with comments from the scholia to 183. Some of the same commentary on this passage appears in alpha 3901 and delta 225.
Keywords: children; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; ethics; imagery; mythology; poetry; stagecraft; tragedy; zoology
Translated by: William Hutton on 2 February 2014@11:06:45.
Vetted by:
Catharine Roth (supplemented translation) on 2 February 2014@11:31:17.
William Hutton (added cross-references) on 2 February 2014@11:38:58.
David Whitehead (added primary note and another keyword; cosmetics; raised status) on 3 February 2014@03:06:42.


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