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Headword: *me/trioi
Adler number: mu,815
Translated headword: moderates
Vetting Status: high
"After sailing away from Athens and arriving at the Syrian Seleucia, Asclepiodotus began to examine the customs of the people; and he said that during the entire journey he encountered only three men who were living moderately: in Antioch the philospher Hilarius;[1] in the Laodicea held by the Syrians Maras the most just man of our age and the one who had gained the surname Aristeides;[2] and the philosopher Domninus."[3]
Greek Original:
*me/trioi: *)aqh/nhqen a)popleu/sas *)asklhpio/dotos kai\ ei)s *seleu/keian th=s *suri/as a)fiko/menos dieskopei=to ta\ h)/qh tw=n a)nqrw/pwn: kai\ e)n th=| perio/dw| o(/lh| trisi\ mo/nois e)/fh e)ntetuxhke/nai metri/ws e)/xousin a)nqrw/pois, *(ilapi/w| te tw=| filoso/fw| kat' *)antio/xeian: e)n de\ *laodikei/a| th=| e)xome/nh| po/lei tw=n *su/rwn *ma/ra| tw=| dikaiota/tw| tw=n kaq' h(ma=s a)nqrw/pwn kai\ th\n *)aristei/dou e)pwnumi/an a)penegkame/nw|, *domni/nw| te tw=| filoso/fw|.
For this headword, here unglossed, see already mu 814. The present entry's quotation -- Damascius, Life of Isidore fr. 221 Zintzen (135 Asmus) -- includes the related adverb.
[1] The name is transmitted here as 'Hilapius', but cf. iota 291.
[2] mu 181 (and see alpha 3903 for Aristeides).
[3] delta 1355.
Keywords: biography; dialects, grammar, and etymology; ethics; geography; historiography; history; philosophy
Translated by: Richard Rodriguez on 5 July 2009@02:13:31.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (augmented notes and keywords; tweaks and cosmetics) on 5 July 2009@04:54:49.
David Whitehead on 20 May 2013@06:47:07.
David Whitehead (coding) on 18 May 2016@06:04:17.


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