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Headword: *lu/kou deka/s
Adler number: lambda,820
Translated headword: Lykos' ten-company, Lycus' ten-company
Vetting Status: high
A proverbial phrase. [Used] because Lykos the hero had a shrine near the jurycourts [sc. in Athens], where the blackmailers would lie in wait. Three obols a day was set apart for him.[1]
Greek Original:
*lu/kou deka/s: paroimiw=des. e)pei\ *lu/kos o( h(/rws i(/druto para\ toi=s dikasthri/ois, e)/nqa prosh/dreuon oi( sukofa/ntai. a)fw/risto de\ au)tw=| triw/bolon th=s h(me/ras.
Likewise in Photius lambda457 Theodoridis (from Pausanias the Atticist) and similarly in Zenobius 5.2 and other paroemiographers. Better, however, is Photius lambda456 Theodoridis, quoting Eratosthenes (via Harpokration delta13 Keaney); see under delta 174.
See also eta 271.
[1] Meaning unclear; presumably connected with tau 998, but see rather the note above.
Keywords: architecture; daily life; economics; ethics; history; law; proverbs; religion
Translated by: David Whitehead on 2 August 2005@03:16:41.
Vetted by:
Catharine Roth (set status) on 2 August 2005@21:21:58.
David Whitehead (tweaked tr; added a keyword) on 3 August 2005@02:10:19.
David Whitehead (augmented notes and keywords) on 23 April 2013@09:56:13.


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