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2 oiKovoyufiv Xylander : oiKoSoficov. 8 avels] d^fis Moralia, 464 a. " Nauck, Trag.
Qraec. Frag. p. 675, no. 974. From an unknown play, quoted also Moralia, 464 a,
office, he advanced the telmarchy to a position of great 224, PLUTARCH'S ...
dXiara rip,av, np/rj 8' dpxfjs 6pocf>poovvr] Kal <f>iXla npos avvdpyovras ttoXv
pdXXov rj ore<f>avoi. Kal ^Aa/auy Trepnr6p(f>vpos. 01 B Se to avarparevoaodai
Kal ovve<f>rj^evaai <j>iXlas • The story of these two is told in Moralia, 235 p, 236
Auk-o^St/s Pinzger from Moralia, 843 e : Stop^Snjs. * ewt t/)ęs Meziriacus from
Moralia, 841 b. 5 efaKOCTia] Staxdata Sauppe from Moralia, 841 D. III Lycophron
, son of Lycurgus, of the deme Butadae, presented 454 PLUTARCH'S MORALIA.
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When I first received this volume of the Moralia from my local library and looked at the contents, I groaned a little, inwardly, because it sounded dull. It isn't. Most of these "sayings" of famous ... Read full review
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Roman Questions. Greek Questions. Greek and Roman Parallel Stories. On the Fortune of the Romans. On the Fortune or the Virtue of Alexander. Were the Athenians More Famous in War or in Wisdom? This ... Read full review
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