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Headword: *)ecagwgh/
Adler number: epsilon,1514
Translated headword: exportation, expulsion
Vetting Status: high
"So should one punish the slave and give him away for exportation, or let him die in his present fetters?"[1] ['For exportation'] meaning for release from the fetters.
"The woman gave him shelter after his flight and asked him for a good turn, but he dragged her to the auction-house of the metic-tax and sold his own sister for exportation."[2]
Greek Original:
*)ecagwgh/: a)=ra/ ge xrh\ kola/sai to\n dou=lon kai\ e)p' e)cagwgh=| a)podo/sqai, h)\ e)a=sai toi=s perikeime/nois desmoi=s e)napoqanei=n; a)nti\ tou= tw=n desmw=n a)fe/sei. o( de\ th\n decame/nhn au)to\n fugo/nta, a)ciou=san eu)paqei=n, e)pi\ to\ tou= metoiki/ou pwlhth/rion h)/gage kai\ th\n a)delfh\n e)p' e)cagwgh=| pe/praken.
[1] Quotation unidentifiable.
[2] Initially attributed to Aelian by Adler, but in her corrigenda to vol.II she withdrew this in favour of 'cf. Demosthenes 25.57', i.e. the story of Aristogeiton and Zobia: see alpha 3913, mu 820.
Keywords: biography; daily life; economics; ethics; law; rhetoric; women
Translated by: David Whitehead on 7 March 2006@05:19:31.
Vetted by:
Antonella Ippolito (set status) on 7 March 2006@11:52:46.
David Whitehead (another keyword) on 8 March 2006@03:27:21.
David Whitehead (modified n.2) on 27 August 2012@07:02:11.
David Whitehead on 31 August 2012@03:43:11.
David Whitehead on 14 January 2016@03:05:30.


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