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Headword: *po/nhros
Adler number: pi,2040
Translated headword: grievous, laborious, troublesome
Vetting Status: high
[Meaning] toilsome. The first [syllable] takes an acute accent.[1]
In reference to the body the acute accent falls on the antepenultimate: [as in] 'with a grievous sore'.[2] But in reference to the soul it is oxytone.
Also attested is [the phrase] 'troublesome water'.[3]
"We use the wicked and those who are born from the wicked for everything -- those whom, before now, the city would not have used randomly [and] readily even as scapegoats." That is, for the so-called expiatory sacrifices of a city.[4]
"Nothing troublesome, but just what Kallikon too [did]." This Kallikon betrayed Samos, though some [say it was] Miletos. [It is] as if he said, 'I am doing nothing wrong, but I am committing sacrilege'. For this Kallikon, who handed Miletos over to the Prienians, is famed for malignancy. Often, when people asked him what he intended to do, he would reply 'all good deeds'. So he is saying 'I do all good deeds, as Kallikon used to say'. Subsequently, however, he went into the house of a certain Theogenes to buy some meat. Theogenes told him to indicate where he wanted the piece to be cut from. When [Kallikon] stretched out his hand, [Theogenes] cut it off and said: 'with this hand you will not betray another city!' Callimachus, too, mentions it: 'but aren't you, Theogenes, the one who cut off Kallikon’s hand?' When Kallikon handed Miletos over to the enemy and someone asked asked why he did this, he answered: 'Kallikon [does] good deeds'.[5]
Aristophanes also says '[a man] of grievous stamp'. From [a metaphor of] forged money.[6]
Greek Original:
*po/nhros: e)pi/ponos. h( prw/th o)cei=a. e)pi\ sw/matos proparocu/netai: e(/lkei ponh/rw|. e)pi\ de\ yuxh=s o)cuto/nws. le/getai de\ kai\ *ponhro\n u(/dwr. ponhroi=s ka)k ponhrw=n ei)s pa/nta xrw/meqa, oi(=sin h( po/lis pro\ tou= ou)de\ farmakoi=sin ei)kh= r(a|di/ws xrh/sait' a)/n. toute/sti toi=s legome/nois kaqa/rmasi po/lews. ou)de\n ponhro/n, a)ll' o(/per kai\ *kallikw=n. o( *kallikw=n ou(=tos prou)/dwke *sa/mon, oi( de\ *mi/lhton. w(sei\ ei)=pen, ou)de\n kako\n poiw=, a)ll' i(erosulw=. e)pi\ ponhri/a| ga\r teqru/llhtai o( *kallikw=n ou(=tos, o(\s prou)/dwke *mi/lhton *prihneu=si. punqanome/nwn de\ polla/kis au)tou= tinwn, ti/ me/llei poiei=n, e)/lege, pa/nta a)gaqa/. pa/nta ou)=n a)gaqa/, fhsi/, poiw=, w(s e)/lege *kallikw=n. u(/steron me/ntoi para\ *qeage/nous tino\s ei)sh=lqen w)nhso/menos kre/a. ka)kei=nos u(podei=cai e)ke/leuse, po/qen ko/yai qe/lei. protei/nantos de\ th\n xei=ra, a)pe/koye kai\ ei)=pe: tau/th| th=| xeiri\ ou) prodw/seis po/lin e(te/ran. me/mnhtai de\ kai\ *kalli/maxos: mh\ su/ ge, *qeio/genes, ko/yas xe/ra *kalliko/wntos. prodou\s de\ *mi/lhton toi=s polemi/ois, punqanome/nou tino/s, o(/ ti tou=to e)poi/hsen, a)pokri/nasqai, a)gaqa\ *kallikw=n. kai\ *)aristofa/nhs fhsi\ tou= ponhrou= ko/mmatos. a)po\ tou= parakekomme/nou a)rguri/ou.
[1] The entry thus far = Photius, Lexicon pi1084 Theodoridis. For comparable material see the references there. On the variation of accent, see pi 2041, mu 1310, and LSJ s.v. moxqhro/s (end).
[2] Quotation not identified by Adler but it is a phrase from Job 2:7 LXX, much repeated in commentary on the passage.
[3] Quoted, according to Adler, from Arrian, Anabasis 4.4.9 -- but cf. also Longus, Daphnis and Chloe 1.14.3; in any event, again under pi 2041.
[4] An approximation of Aristophanes, Frogs 731-733, with scholion to 733; cf. phi 104.
[5] Aristophanes, Peace 363, with scholion (which = Theopompus FGrH 115 F111); cf. kappa 223, kappa 1610. Callimachus = fr. incertae sedis 607.
[6] Aristophanes, Plutus [Wealth] 220, with scholion; cf. kappa 1981.
R. Pfeiffer (ed.), Callimachus vol. 1: Fragmenta, Oxford 1949
Aitia. Libro terzo e quarto. Callimaco, introduzione, testo critico, traduzione e commento a cura di G. Massimilla, Pisa-Roma 2010
L. Lehnus, 'Notizie callimachee VII', Eikasmos 16 (2005) 155-160
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Translated by: Pierluigi Leone Gatti on 3 September 2013@17:00:30.
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