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Headword: *sesagme/nhn
Adler number: sigma,257
Translated headword: having been packed, having been weighed down
Vetting Status: high
Translation:
[Meaning] having been made full, having been loaded. Agathias [writes]: "and he brought forward one of the wagons, packed with wild greens that were also dried up, alongside the tower that was wooden and brought fire [to the wagon]: and easily the entire tower was set ablaze."
Also [sc. attested is] sesagme/noi, [meaning] filled up. "And despite being weighed down by their plunder they won for themselves a famous and lordly victory."[2]
And elsewhere: "thus indeed weighed down by their plunder they were proceeding."[3] Meaning filled up.
Greek Original:
*sesagme/nhn: peplhrwme/nhn, pefortwme/nhn. *)agaqi/as: mi/an de\ tw=n a(macw=n xo/rtw| sesagme/nhn a)gri/w| te kai\ geghrako/ti pareisa/gei tw=| pu/rgw| culi/nw| o)/nti kai\ pu=r e)ni/hsi: kai\ r(a|di/ws a(/pasa h( tu/rsis e)pi/mprato. kai\ *sesagme/noi, peplhrwme/noi. oi( de\ kai\ w(s sesagme/noi th=| lei/a| eu)kleh= kai\ a)ge/rwxon a)nedh/santo ni/khn. kai\ au)=qis: ou(/tw dh\ th=| lei/a| sesagme/noi e)poreu/onto. a)nti\ tou= peplhrwme/noi.
Notes:
The primary headword, presumably extracted from the first quotation given, is perfect middle/passive participle, feminine accusative singular, of sa/ttw. The secondary one, illustrated by the second and third quotations (but see below), is the corresponding masculine nominative plural.
[1] An approximation of Agathias, Histories 2.6 (p. 48 lines 8-12).
[2] Quotation unparalleled in this precise form but again, seemingly, a loose version of one or more passages in Agathias. For 'weighed down by their plunder', see next note; the rest echoes Agathias 3.7 (p. 92 line 30); but neither includes sesgame/noi.
[3] Agathias, Histories 2.10 (p. 54 line 15), on the triumphant return home of a Roman army; the finite verb, however, is added by the lexicographer.
Keywords: agriculture; biography; botany; definition; dialects, grammar, and etymology; ethics; historiography; history; military affairs; trade and manufacture
Translated by: John Mulhall on 8 February 2012@15:09:35.
Vetted by:
David Whitehead (augmented notes and keywords; tweaks and cosmetics) on 9 February 2012@03:31:12.
David Whitehead on 23 December 2013@05:17:23.
Catharine Roth (coding) on 11 July 2015@23:22:24.

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