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Headword: *peni/a
Adler number: pi,966
Translated headword: poverty
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
"Because of [his] undeserved sufferings [he] endured poverty."[1]
"So we say that poverty is the sister of destitution." Aristophanes in Wealth [sc. says this]. "[sc. Yes,] if also [you say] that Dionysios is like Thrasyboulos." For Dionysios [is] entirely a tyrant, whereas Thrasyboulos [is] a patriot and greater than any speech. In reference to those who compare dissimilar things.[2]
Greek Original:
*peni/a: dia\ ta\s a)di/kous pa/qas th=| peni/a| e)nh/qlei. ou)kou=n th=s ptwxei/as peni/an fame\n ei)=nai a)delfh/n. *)aristofa/nhs *plou/tw|. ei)/per kai\ *qrasubou/lw| *dionu/sion ei)=nai o(/moion. o( me\n ga\r *dionu/sios e)cw/lhs tu/rannos, o( de\ *qrasu/boulos filo/polis kai\ panto\s lo/gou krei/ttwn. e)pi\ tw=n mh\ ta\ o(/moia o(moiou/ntwn.
Notes:
See also pi 967, pi 968.
[1] Aelian fr. 315c Domingo-Forasté (318 Hercher); cf. epsilon 1305, pi 20.
[2] An exchange between Chremylos and Poverty in Aristophanes, Wealth [Ploutos] 549-550 (web address 1), with scholion; cf. pi 3052. (In the Suda's version of 549 the particle dh/pou is omitted.) 'Dionysios' here is evidently the tyrant of Syracuse (delta 1178); and for Thrasyboulos, an Athenian general and elder statesman, see under alpha 4713.
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Keywords: biography; comedy; daily life; economics; ethics; imagery; politics; proverbs
Translated by: Catharine Roth on 16 June 2011@01:40:55.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (augmented notes and keywords; tweaks and cosmetics) on 16 June 2011@04:11:38.
David Whitehead on 4 September 2011@09:11:15.

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