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Headword: *le/sxai
Adler number: lambda,308
Translated headword: lounges
Vetting Status: high
Lounges are what they used to call certain public places in which many people with time to spare would sit. Homer [writes]: "do you not wish to go to a smithy to sleep, or to some lounge?".[1] Kleanthes says that the lounges were set aside for Apollo, and that they were similar to saloons. [He] also [says that] Apollo himself is called, by some, Lounge-guardian.
"Lounges" [are] also poems by Herakleides Pontikos, written in either Phalaecic or Sapphic metre.[3]
Greek Original:
*le/sxai: le/sxas e)/legon dhmosi/ous tina\s to/pous, e)n oi(=s sxolh\n a)/gontes e)kaqe/zonto polloi/. *(/omhros: ou) qe/leis eu(/dein xalkh/i+on e)s do/mon e)lqw/n, h)e/ pou e)s le/sxhn. *klea/nqhs de/ fhsin a)ponenemh=sqai tw=| *)apo/llwni ta\s le/sxas, e)ce/drais de\ o(moi/as gi/nesqai. kai\ au)to\n de\ to\n *)apo/llw par' e)ni/ois *lesxhno/rion e)pikalei=sqai. *le/sxai kai\ poih/mata *(hraklei/dou tou= *pontikou=, me/trw| *falaiki/w| h)/toi *sapfikw=| grafe/nta.
The principal paragraph here comes from Harpokration s.v., commenting on Antiphon fr. 42 Sauppe; see also Photius lambda209 Theodoridis.
cf. lambda 309.
[1] Homer, Odyssey 18.328-9 (web address 1).
[2] Kleanthes, On Gods (fr.543 SVF).
[3] On Herakleides see generally eta 463.
Associated internet address:
Web address 1
Keywords: daily life; definition; epic; meter and music; poetry; religion; rhetoric
Translated by: David Whitehead on 5 December 2000@08:08:29.
Vetted by:
Catharine Roth (added link and keyword; cosmetics; set status) on 31 October 2003@22:39:30.
David Whitehead (augmented and modified notes; more keywords) on 2 November 2003@05:10:30.
David Whitehead on 15 April 2013@06:54:39.
Catharine Roth (coding) on 19 April 2020@22:44:19.


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