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Headword: *)ioubena/lios
Adler number: iota,428
Translated headword: Juvenal
Vetting Status: high
A Roman poet. This man lived when Domitian was emperor of Rome.[1] Domitian was friendly with the dancer of the Green faction, known as Paris, concerning whom he received abuse from the senate and Juvenal the poet. The emperor exiled Juvenal to Pentapolis in Libya, but enriched the dancer and sent him to Antioch; he established a house and baths outside the city and died there.
Greek Original:
*)ioubena/lios, poihth\s *(rwmai=os. ou(=tos h)=n e)pi\ *dometianou= basile/ws *(rwmai/wn. o( de\ *dometiano\s e)fi/lei to\n o)rxhsth\n tou= prasi/nou me/rous, to\n lego/menon *pa/rin, peri\ ou(= kai\ e)loidorei=to a)po\ th=s sugklh/tou kai\ *)ioubenali/ou tou= poihtou=. o(/stis basileu\s e)cw/rise to\n *)ioubena/lion e)n *pentapo/lei e)pi\ th\n *libu/hn, to\n de\ o)rxhsth\n plouti/sas e)/pemyen e)n *)antioxei/a|: o(\s kti/sas oi)=kon kai\ loutro\n e)/cw th=s po/lews e)kei= teleuta=|.
For Juvenal see generally S.M. Braund in OCD(3/4) s.v. (though there is more on this dubious ancient biographical material -- in this instance from John Malalas, Chronographia p.263 Dindorf -- in Gilbert Highet's entry for OCD(2) s.v.).
[1] Or: 'was born' when etc. For Domitian see delta 1351, delta 1352.
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Translated by: David Whitehead on 25 May 2003@07:52:32.
Vetted by:
William Hutton (Added keywords, set status) on 30 May 2003@07:20:23.
David Whitehead (added x-refs) on 30 May 2003@07:33:47.
David Whitehead on 13 January 2013@05:54:11.
David Whitehead on 4 August 2014@03:45:07.
David Whitehead on 26 April 2016@10:39:12.
Catharine Roth (tweaked translation) on 24 January 2019@01:57:12.


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