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Headword: *no/mos
Adler number: nu,477
Translated headword: Nomos
Vetting Status: high
[Nomos] and Januarius, I suppose, surpassing the citizens in fairness and justice and practically all other men now living and involved in reversed political circumstances, were approved and esteemed by citizens and aliens. For they had become most worthy to the country and most kindly to the aliens. Having preferred the calm and simple life, they preferred their own possessions to be fewer rather than to have more than others. These aspects, then, were common to them; individually, Nomos was more clever and more fond of learning in treatises[1] for those desiring a taste of philosophy and such as do introductory teaching of the young. And of the highly respected men among us he was most discerning of the good and bad literary qualities of all poems and compositions. In sum, I would say that both Seberianus[2] and Agapius,[3] the philosopher, were not of the same level in literary criticism. Januarius, on the other hand, was more versed and sensible in political affairs than his brother, Nomos, and more temperate and ordered in other matters.
Greek Original:
*no/mos kai\ *)iannoua/rios e)pieiki/a| kai\ dikaiosu/nh| tw=n politw=n u(perfe/rontes, oi)=mai, kai\ tw=n a)/llwn sxedo\n a(pa/ntwn a)nqrw/pwn tw=n ge nu=n zw/ntwn kai\ e)n pra/gmasi politikoi=s a)nastrefome/nwn, e)ph|nou=nto kai\ h)gapw=nto pro/s te a)stw=n kai\ ce/nwn: th=| te ga\r patri/di xrhsimw/tatoi gego/nasi kai\ deciw/tatoi pro\s tou\s ce/nous. e(lo/menoi to\n h(su/xion kai\ a)pra/gmona bi/on e)lattou=sqai ma=llon h(|rou=nto ta\ oi)kei=a h)\ ple/on ti e)/xein a)po\ tw=n a)llotri/wn. koina\ me\n ou)=n tau=ta au)toi=s: i)di/a| de\ o( me\n *no/mos eu)fue/steros h)=n kai\ filomaqe/steros e)n lo/gois, toi=s te filosofi/as a)pogeu/esqai boulome/nois kai\ o(/soi propaideu/ousi tou\s ne/ous. h)=n de\ kai\ kritikw/tatos tw=n kaq' h(ma=s e)llogi/mwn a)ndrw=n, poihma/twn te pa/ntwn kai\ suggramma/twn th=s logografikh=s a)reth=s kai\ kaki/as. w(s gou=n fa/nai to\ o(/lon, ou)/te *sebhriano\n ou)/te *)aga/pion to\n filo/sofon ei)/poimi a)\n gene/sqai toiou/sde peri\ lo/gwn kri/sin. o( de\ *)iannoua/rios e)mpeiropra/gmwn h)=n kai\ fro/nimos e)n toi=s politikoi=s e)pi\ ple/on h)\ o( a)delfo\s au)tou= *no/mos, e)/ti de\ swfrone/steros kai\ ta\ a)/lla ma=llon tetagme/nos.
Source: Damascius, Life of Isidore fr. 284 Zintzen.
cf. generally upsilon 166, end, where the names Agapios, Seberianos, and Nomos are conjoined. An incomplete version of this entry has been published in Alexandria 2; see bibliography.
[1] The Greek term is the vague 'logoi'.
[2] cf. sigma 180, again from Damascius.
[3] cf. alpha 157, alpha 158, upsilon 166.
"The Life of Hypatia from the Suda," translated by Jeremiah Reedy, Alexandria 2, pp. 57-58. Ed. David Fideler, Phanes Press 1993
Keywords: biography; economics; ethics; philosophy; poetry; politics; rhetoric
Translated by: Nathan Greenberg ✝ on 6 October 2002@09:51:45.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (augmented note; added keyword; cosmetics) on 6 October 2002@10:21:18.
Catharine Roth (cosmetics) on 8 February 2004@21:35:59.
David Whitehead (more keywords) on 20 November 2005@10:21:13.
David Whitehead (more keywords) on 17 June 2013@04:43:56.
Catharine Roth (tweaked note, added bibliography) on 21 November 2020@22:43:37.


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