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Headword: *patri/kios
Adler number: pi,793
Translated headword: patrician
Vetting Status: high
[Meaning] father of the commonwealth.[1]
"He sent as envoys those who had served worthily in the leadership of the senate. And in fact they happened to be patricians."[2]
"The emperor Theodosius the Lesser, because of his anger against Antiochus the provost who had been accused of high treason, issued an edict that a eunuch could not be numbered among the patricians. Accordingly the provost was stripped of his office and made public property and assigned to the priests."[3]
Greek Original:
*patri/kios: path\r tou= koinou=. o( de\ pe/mpei presbeuta\s tou\s e)n th=| korufai/w| th=s sugklh/tou boulh=s telou=ntas a)/cia. patri/kioi d' a)/ra o)/ntes e)tu/gxanon. o( basileu\s *qeodo/sios o( mikro\s o)rgh=| th=| pro\s *)anti/oxon to\n praipo/siton, diablhqe/nta ei)s kaqosi/wsin e)cefw/nhse dia/tacin, eu)nou=xon e)n toi=s patriki/ois mh\ telei=n. dio\ kai\ kaqh|re/qh o( praipo/sitos th=s timh=s kai\ e)dhmosieu/qh kai\ toi=s i(ereu=si kateta/gh.
For the headword as a proper name see pi 792
[1] For this (Greek) etymology for the Latin term 'patrician' (patricius), see also Etymologicum Gudianum 455.34; Etymologicum Magnum 656.25.
[2] An abridged and slightly inaccurate quotation of Theophylact Simocatta, Histories 3.15.6; cf. kappa 94. The subject of the sentence is the emperor Tiberius II (578-582): tau 553.
[3] Priscus fr.52 Bornmann; cf. frs.54-55, and (elsewhere in the Suda) epsilon 3604, theta 145 (Theodosius), upsilon 169, and alpha 2694. The "provost" in question was the praepositus of the imperial bedchamber. See Greatrex and Bardill 1996.
Greatrex, G. and J. Bardill (1996) "Antiochus the Praepositus: a Persian Eunuch at the Court of Theodosius II." Dumbarton Oaks Papers 50: 171-197
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Translated by: William Hutton on 1 September 2011@12:16:54.
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