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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1911 edition. Excerpt: .../cal ryij /cal 8l/cy. But the usual form of the adverbial phrase in the sermo familiarzls was év 8l/cy (Ar. Eq. 258, Nub. 1332). This was also used in tragedy (Soph. Fr. 673), as well as simple 8l/cy (Eur. Fr. 834); but frequently also aim 8l/cy (Aesch. Eum. 610, Pind. P. 9.170). But Hermann's interpretation is fully as objectionable as _Iebb's. If we read the lines aloud, we must feel that 6pé pévos rrvéovaav followed by ei 8% abu 8l/cy firveart (in the sense é/celm7 pévet ffivearL) is harsh, whereas if we read épél pévet avvofiaav, the rest of the verses is perfectly smooth and harmonious. And this is precisely the kind of a statement we should expect from the traditional chorus, which is certainly not ascribing to the maiden Electra such qualities as belong to the pévea rrvelovres 'Axa.Lo, I aovaav... /coi';rror' a1';0u,-(= 0"ret'xa). generally concede now, I believe, that dpiire in Aesch. Prom. 1 19 is indicative. Wecklein is an exception. He dismisses my explanation with a curt reference to éo1'8ea0' in 141 (the very passage I cited in support of the other view--the aorist is used both here and in 91, and in both passages the circumstances are different from 1 19); but he fails to call attention to the far more pertinent passage in which the sufferer reveals his identity to a later sympathizing visitor: rrvpbs Bporois 80r1'jp' épés Hpop170éa (612). Cp. 69 6péis 0éapa 8va0éarov, 1093 éoopalis pl (11s if/c8L/ca vra'axw (which would probably have been considered an impera-tive, if the plural had been used). The Greeks did not use 6plire for i8ere, i8ea0e; moreover, they avoided ambiguity. An...

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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 64 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1911 edition. Excerpt: . . . cal ryij cal 8lcy. But the usual form of the adverbial phrase in the sermo familiarzls was v 8lcy (Ar. Eq. 258, Nub. 1332). This was also used in tragedy (Soph. Fr. 673), as well as simple 8lcy (Eur. Fr. 834); but frequently also aim 8lcy (Aesch. Eum. 610, Pind. P. 9. 170). But Hermanns interpretation is fully as objectionable as Iebbs. If we read the lines aloud, we must feel that 6p pvos rrvovaav followed by ei 8 abu 8lcy firveart (in the sense celm7 pvet ffivearL) is harsh, whereas if we read pl pvet avvofiaav, the rest of the verses is perfectly smooth and harmonious. And this is precisely the kind of a statement we should expect from the traditional chorus, which is certainly not ascribing to the maiden Electra such qualities as belong to the pvea rrvelovres Axa. Lo, I aovaav. . . coi;rror a1;0u, -( 0retxa). generally concede now, I believe, that dpiire in Aesch. Prom. 1 19 is indicative. Wecklein is an exception. He dismisses my explanation with a curt reference to o18ea0 in 141 (the very passage I cited in support of the other view--the aorist is used both here and in 91, and in both passages the circumstances are different from 1 19); but he fails to call attention to the far more pertinent passage in which the sufferer reveals his identity to a later sympathizing visitor: rrvpbs Bporois 80r1jp ps Hpop170a (612). Cp. 69 6pis 0apa 8va0arov, 1093 oopalis pl (11s ifc8Lca vraaxw (which would probably have been considered an impera-tive, if the plural had been used). The Greeks did not use 6plire for i8ere, i8ea0e; moreover, they avoided ambiguity. An. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781236976451

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