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Guilty Men?—Lygdamus 5.7

  • F. H. Sandbach (a1)


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page 6 note 1 It is perhaps tempting to insert jj after ⋯ρετῄ with Archer-Hind: ‘and in short true virtue is found only in company with wisdom’: but συλλῄβδην normally indicates summing-up in a single word or phrase, not in a clause.

page 6 note 2 I would retain the κα⋯: I do not see how the two participles could stand together without it.

page 7 note 1 I have to thank Mr. J. M. Wyllie for kindly supplying me with some references from the material collected for the Oxford Latin Dictionary.

Guilty Men?—Lygdamus 5.7

  • F. H. Sandbach (a1)


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