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Reading 7 May 04

Chapters 15.1-17.1 (Chapters 15-17)
Translations Due Sunday, May 11 (midnight CST)
Grammar Questions Due Tuesday, May 13 (midnight CST)

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Perseus
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Basic
Enchiridion You are an actor in the play of life
Optional 1
Enchiridion Behave like at a banquet
Optional 2
Enchiridion Don't let others impressions take you away
Advanced 1
Discourses Diogenes the Cynic's Plan for Life
NA
NA
Advanced 2
Scholia Scholia on Chapter 17
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Notes on the Greek Text Schweighauser's 1799 (Schenkl's Source ) with Wolf's Latin Translation and notes Heyne's 1756 Epicteti Enchiridium Graece et Latine with notes and Upton's Latin translation. Thurot's 1903 Manuel De Epictete (French with Greek notes and commentary).
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Vocabulary of the entire Enchiridion with frequency statistics and glosses Special vocabulary: a table of the 100+ words that Epictetus uses frequently or in a special sense.

Progression of the Enchiridion

Chapters 15 -17 are somewhat unrelated to each other. Chapters 15 and 17 talk about desires and expectations in life. Chapter 16 deals with false impressions.

Chapter 15 Summary

Chapter 15 introduces the famous 'Life is like a banquet' metaphor. We are presented opportunities in life, and as things come around the table, we should participate κοσμιῶς. The food refers to wealth, office and family. Epictetus posits that if one 'has no regard' for those things, one could become θεῖος, like Diogenes and Heraclitus. The banquet metaphor speaks to the point of what one should desire - it almost seems to suggest Asceticism and detachment from life.

This is Diogenes of Sinope, c. 413-323 B.C., the Cynic philosopher who Diogenes Laertius holds to be the founder of the Cynic movement. Diogenes was the grand-student of Socrates (to use a family comparison). Diogenes taught the Cynic Crates of Thebes, c. 368-285 B.C., who taut Zeno of Citium, 335-263 B.C., the founder of the Stoic school. (Seddon p. 77). Epictetus talks about Diogenes freqently; only his references to Socrates are more frequent.

The banquet metaphor is used in Discourses 2.16.37 in a passage about committing suicide - not recommended, but tolerated by Epictetus.

Chapter 16 Summary

Chapter 16 is a warning about becoming too involved in the distresses and calamities of others: Don't do it! But if you must, watch out for yourself first. " Epictetus does not suggest withdrawal or discompassion, but says that all should maintain their natural and required relations as a religious man, brother, father, citizen (Discourses 3.2.4). A proper Stoic view is that the emotional distress of others is not really a harming factor, but is the result of a person using impressions improperly (as most ἰδίωται do). Epictetus explains emotional disturbance as arising from (or possibly being the affective component of) false evaluative judgements about what is happening, which occur when someone fails to make proper use of their impressions (Seddon p. 81).

Chapter 17 Summary

Chapter 17 introduces the 'Life is like a play' metaphor. Stoics do believe in God and Determinism, and never abandoned those two principles. The point of this chapter is that life has no promises, and each should be content and happy with their lot in life. We do not choose the point of our entrance or departure from the play of life.

 

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Techniques of Epictetus' (Arrian's) Style

Special Words

The meanings of the LSJ lexicon do not always point out or fit the 'Stoic' use of terms. The following list of words which are the behavioral, ethical and philosophical terms that occur in the reading. Some of them are 'Stoic specific'; most are not. As the special vocabulary page is being built, a more complete 'special lexicon' will become available to help understand the Greek word. The Stoic Groups also has a posting of terms (the Greek is transliterated). Here are some of the brief glosses. The freqencies are for the entire Enchiridion.

   
ἀναστρέφω (2) to behave in life
ἄξιος (7) worth; ἀξίως deservedly
ἀποδημέω (1) to be abroad, to depart
ἀπόλλυμι (6)pass.: to lose
ἀρχή (4) offices, public office
ἄρχων (1) an (public) official
διδάσκαλος (2) playwright
δίδωμι (9) what is given; τὸ δοθὲν πρόσωπον assigned part
Διογένης (1) Diogenes
δόγμα (6) opinion, judgement
ἑαυτοῦ (17) τὰ ἑαυτοῦ his property
ἐθέλω (33) to wish
ἐκλέγω (2) to pick out, choose
ἐκτός (5) external
ἔσωθεν (1) inwardly
εὐφυής (1) properly, skillfully, cleverly
Ἡράκλειτος (1) Heraclitus
θεός (10) a god; ὁ θεός God
θεῖος (10) pl: gods
θλίβω (2) to distress, weigh down
ἰδιώτης (7) a private citizen
κακός (22) ills, bad
καλῶς well
κατέχω (1) to hold back
κλαίω (1) to weep
κόσμιος (2) modest, moderate, polite
μεταλαμβάνω (1) to take a share of, to take

ὀκνέω (1) to hesitate
ὄρεξις (7) desire
πένθος (1) grief
περιμένω (1) wait
πλοῦτος (1) wealth
προσέχω (9) to beware, take care
πρόσωπον (2) to role, part
πρόχειρος (6) at hand; ἔστω πρόχειρον ὅτι have this saying ready
στενάζω (1) to weep, moan
συμβαίνω (4) τὸ συμβεβηκός an event, what has happened
συμπεριφέρω (1) to sympathize, empathize
συμπόσιον (2) a banquet
συμπότης (2) a sharer in a banquet
συναρπάζω (6) to carry away
συνάρχων (1) a co-ruler
συνεπιστενάζω (1) to weep with someone, to moan with
τυγχάνω (14) to happen
ὑπεροράω (1) to despise
ὑποκρίνομαι (3) to play a role
ὑποκριτής (1) an actor
φαντασία (11) impression
χωλός (1) a cripple

Corrections to the Text

The Perseus text is the same as Schenkl. There are no errors or changes.

 

Reading 7: Chapters 15.1-17.1

Reading 7 - Basic Group Enchiridion Chapter 17
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   Κεφάλαιον ιζʹ

[17.1a] Μέμνησο, ὅτι ὑποκριτὴς εἶ δράματος, οἵου ἂν θέλῃ ὁ διδάσκαλος· [17.1b] ἂν βραχύ, βραχέος: ἂν μακρόν, μακροῦ: ἂν πτωχὸν ὑποκρίνασθαί σε θέλῃ, [17.1c] ἵνα καὶ τοῦτον εὐφυῶς ὑποκρίνῃ·  ἂν χωλόν, ἂν ἄρχοντα, ἂν ἰδιώτην. [17.1d] σὸν γὰρ τοῦτ᾽ ἔστι, τὸ δοθὲν ὑποκρίνασθαι πρόσωπον καλῶς: ἐκλέξασθαι δ᾽ αὐτὸ ἄλλου.

Basic Questions

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Q1 17.1a οἵου ἀν θέλῃ. To what does the word οἵου refer?

Q2 17.1b βραχέος, μακροῦ. Can you explain why these words are in the Genitive? Any reference in Smyth?

Q3 17.1c ἵνα. What meaning should be ascribed to ἵνα?

Q4 17.1c εὐφυῶς ὑποκρίνῃ. Can you find the word εὐφυῶς in LSJ anywhere? What two roots does the word εὐφυῶς come from? Does the etymology help in understanding the meaning of this word? What is the best translation of εὐφυῶς in this context?

Q5 17.1c ἰδιώτην. Some translators select 'private citizen' for this word. In other sections of the Enchiridion, the word is used of those untrained in the knowledge of Stoicism. How do you think the word ἰδιώτην should be translated here?

Q6 17.1d τὸ δοθὲν πρόσωπον. Parse δοθὲν. How do you translate this phrase?

Q7 17.1d ἐκλέξασθαι δὲ αὐτὸ ἄλλου· Translate this phrase. To what or whom do ἀυτὸ and ἄλλου refer?

 

Reading 7 - Optional Reading Enchiridion Chapters 15-16
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Chapters 15.1-16.1 (Chapters 15 & 16)

Κεφάλαιον ιεʹ

[15.1a] Μέμνησο, ὅτι ὡς ἐν συμποσίῳ σε δεῖ ἀναστρέφεσθαι. περιφερόμενον γέγονέ τι κατὰ σέ· ἐκτείνας τὴν χεῖρα κοσμίως μετάλαβε. [15.1b] παρέρχεται· μὴ κάτεχε. [15.1c] οὔπω ἥκει· μὴ ἐπίβαλλε πόρρω τὴν ὄρεξιν, ἀλλὰ περίμενε, μέχρις ἂν γένηται κατὰ σέ. [15.1d] οὕτω πρὸς τέκνα, οὕτω πρὸς γυναῖκα, οὕτω πρὸς ἀρχάς, οὕτω πρὸς πλοῦτον· [15.1e] καὶ ἔσῃ ποτὲ ἄξιος τῶν θεῶν συμπότης. [15.1f] ἂν δὲ καὶ παρατεθέντων σοι μὴ λάβῃς, ἀλλ᾽ ὑπερίδῃς, τότε οὐ μόνον συμπότης τῶν θεῶν ἔσῃ, ἀλλὰ καὶ συνάρχων. [15.1g] οὕτω γὰρ ποιῶν Διογένης καὶ Ἡράκλειτος καὶ οἱ ὅμοιοι ἀξίως θεῖοί τε ἦσαν καὶ ἐλέγοντο.

Κεφάλαιον ιϛʹʹ

[16.1a] Ὅταν κλαίοντα ἴδῃς τινὰ ἐν πένθει ἢ ἀποδημοῦντος τέκνου ἢ ἀπολωλεκότα τὰ ἑαυτοῦ, πρόσεχε μή σε ἡ φαντασία συναρπάσῃ ὡς ἐν κακοῖς ὄντος αὐτοῦ τοῖς ἐκτός, [16.1b] ἀλλ᾽ εὐθὺς ἔστω πρόχειρον ὅτι "τοῦτον θλίβει οὐ τὸ συμβεβηκός (ἄλλον γὰρ οὐ θλίβει), ἀλλὰ τὸ δόγμα τὸ περὶ τούτου". [16.1c] μέχρι μέντοι λόγου μὴ ὄκνει συμπεριφέρεσθαι αὐτῷ, κἂν οὕτω τύχῃ, καὶ συνεπιστενάξαι: πρόσεχε μέντοι μὴ καὶ ἔσωθεν στενάξῃς.

 

Optional Questions

Q8 15.1a περιφερόμενον γέγονέ. A periphrastic participle is usually comprised of a participle and a form of εἰμί. Can you explain why a form of γίνομαι is used with a participle? Is this construction a 'periphrastic' or 'supplementary' use of a participle. Is there a section in Smyth that deals with this?

Q9. 15.1c πόρρω. Translate this word. This word seems to have a number of variant spellings, can you list them all? Which is Attic? Does Koine show the same variation? What other endings are added to this word (.e.g. superlative, -θεν, etc.)?

Q10. 15.1d οὔτω. Are there any rules on when to use οὔτω versus οὔτως. What are the rules for Attic? Do the same rules apply in Koine? Have any Smyth, Funk, Blass Debrunner citations?

Q11. 15.bc παρέρχεται· μὴ κάτεχε. οὔπω ἥκει· μὴ ἐπίβαλλε πόρρω τὴν ὄρεξιν, ἀλλὰ περίμενε....Translate the sentences. 3rd singular indefinite subjects (i.e. 'it'), which do not have a stated subject in the nominative form, can be hard for the English mind to understand at first, especially if the verb is not δεῖ, ἔξεστι, or a similar verb. Does Greek usually 'set the subject up' so the reader expects the indefinite or impersonal subject? Are there any flags before παρέρχεται. Did you find these quick short phrases obscure or hard to understand the first time you read them?

Q12. Seddon says 'It is doubtful that Epictetus intends the example of attending a banquet to serve as a general metaphor for life <because it is > not a undertaking that is active and purposeful, but rather is largely a passive affair. The Banquet ...concerns the attitudes we should adopt towards our hopes, expectations and desires..."(Seddon p. 75-6). Do you agree with Seddon that the passage only talks about making decisions in life, and is not a general metaphor for the whole of life (like the ship metaphor in the Enchiridion chapter 7)?

Q13. 15.1e. καὶ ἔσῃ ποτὲ ἄξιος.... How do you translate the word ποτὲ in this phrase and what does it modify? Is there more than one way to translate it?

  1. Q14. 15.1g οἱ ὅμοιοι ἀξίως θεῖοί. Are the words θεῖοι and θεοί the same words (θεῖος and θεός)? Is there any difference in meaning or usage between the two?

Q15. 15.1g Διογένης καὶ Ἡράκλειτος. Who are these two people and what are they best known for? Why does Epictetus hold them in such high regard?

Q16. 16.1a ἢ ἀποδημοῦντος τέκνου ἢ ἀπολωλεκότα τὰ ἑαυτοῦ. The ἤ...ἤ shows correlating clauses. Why is one participle in the genitive, and the other in the accusative? How do you describe each participle? Does Greek have any need for sentences and phrases to be 'balanced' or 'parallel', or is that just how proper English is supposed to be?

Q17. 16.1a. ὡς ἐν κακοῖς ὄντος αὐτοῦ τοῖς ἐκτός. Translate this phrase. Why is ὄντος αὐτοῦ in the genitive? What is Epictetus saying?

Q18. 16.1c μέχρι μέντοι λόγου. How do you translate this phrase? To what is it referring?

 

Reading 7 - Advanced Reading 1 Discourses 3.22.45-50
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Discourses 3.45-50
Καὶ πῶς ἐνδέχεται μηδὲν ἔχοντα, [45] γυμνόν, ἄοικον, ἀνέστιον, αὐχμῶντα, ἄδουλον, ἄπολιν διεξάγειν εὐρόως; [46] ἰδοὺ ἀπέσταλκεν ὑμῖν ὁ θεὸς τὸν δείξοντα ἔργῳ, ὅτι ἐνδέχεται. [47] "ἴδετέ με, ἄοικός εἰμι, ἄπολις, ἀκτήμων, ἄδουλος: χαμαὶ κοιμῶμαι: οὐ γυνή, οὐ παιδία, οὐ πραιτωρίδιον, ἀλλὰ γῆ μόνον καὶ οὐρανὸς καὶ ἓν τριβωνάριον. [48] καὶ τί μοι λείπει[ν]; οὐκ εἰμὶ ἄλυπος, οὐκ εἰμὶ ἄφοβος, οὐκ εἰμὶ ἐλεύθερος; πότε ὑμῶν εἶδέν μέ τις ἐν ὀρέξει [με] ἀποτυγχάνοντα, πότ' ἐν ἐκκλίσει περιπίπτοντα; πότ' ἐμεμψάμην ἢ θεὸν ἢ ἄνθρωπον, πότ' ἐνεκάλεσά τινι; μή τις ὑμῶν ἐσκυθρωπακότα με εἶδεν; πῶς δ' ἐντυγχάνω τούτοις, [49] οὓς ὑμεῖς φοβεῖσθε καὶ θαυμάζετε; οὐχ ὡς ἀνδραπόδοις; τίς με ἰδὼν οὐχὶ τὸν βασιλέα τὸν ἑαυτοῦ ὁρᾶν οἴεται καὶ δεσπότην;"

George Long's Translation (1890)

And how is it possible that a man who has nothing, who is naked, houseless, without a hearth, squalid, without a slave, without a city, can pass a life that flows easily? See, God has sent you a man to show you that it is possible. Look at me, who am without a city, without a house, without possessions, without a slave; I sleep on the ground; I have no wife, no children, no praetorium, but only the earth and heavens, and one poor cloak. And what do I want? Am I not without sorrow? am I not without fear? Am I not free? When did any of you see me failing in the object of my desire? or ever falling into that which I would avoid? Did I ever blame God or man? Did I ever accuse any man? did any of you ever see me with sorrowful countenance? And how do I meet with those whom you are afraid of and admire? Do not I treat them like slaves? Who, when he sees me, does not think that he sees his king and master?

 

Reading 7 - Advanced Reading 2 Scholia on Chapter 17
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The Scholia for chapter 17 is taken from Heyne's 1756 Epicteti Enchiridium Graece et Latine. (View as pdf file)

Scholia 17
Ὑποκριτὴς λέγεται ὁ ἄλλο μὲν ὤν, ἤγουν εὐτελὴς, ἄλλο δὲ φαινόμενος, ἤγουν ἔνδοξος. Ἰστέον δὲ, ὅτι ὑποκριταὶ παρὰ τοῖς παλαιοῦς ἐλέγοντο οἱ σχηματιζόμενοι εἰς τὰ ἐν τοῖς δράμασιν εἰσαγόμενα πρόσωπα. οἷον ὁ σχηματιζόμενος εἰς τὸ τοῦ Αἴαντος, εἰς τὸ τοῦ Ἀγαμέμενονος, εἰς τὸ τοῦ Τεύκρου, καὶ ὁ εἰς ἄλλο ἄλλου. Δράματα δὲ ἐλέγοντο αἱ μυθώδεις τῶν ποιητῶν ὑποθέσεις.
Εὐφυὴς ὁ εἰς τὸ πρᾶγμα ἐπιτήδειος· καὶ εὐφυῶς, ἀντὶ ἐπιτηδείως.
Χώλος ὁ χεόμενος θυμὸς ποιητικῶς λέγεται· κοινῶς γὰρ χολὴ λέγεται· ἐκ τούτου γίνεται ῥῆμα, χολω̈, καὶ χολοῦμαι, παθητικῶς· χωλὸς δὲ, βαρυτόνως, λέγεται ὁ σκάζων τῷ ἑτέρῳ ποδὶ, ἤγουν ὁ ἀνίσους ἔχων τοὺς πόδας· ἐκ τούτου γίνεται ῥῆμα καὶ, τὸ χωλαίνω.
Πρόσωπον λέγεται τὸ ἔμπροσθεν; τῆς κεφαλῆς· ὅτι δὲ διαιρεῖται τῇ ῥινὶ, λέγεται καὶ πρόσωπα· ὡς τόξον διαιρούμενον τῇ λαβῇ, τόξα. Λέγεται καὶ τὸ ιδιουπόστατον, πρόσωπον· ὡς καὶ τρεῖς ὑποστάσεις: τὸ αυτὸ γὰρ λέγεται προσωπον καὶ ὑπόστασις.

 

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Reading 7: 15.1-17.1 (Chapters 15-17)
Optional Reading 1
[1501a] Μέμνησο, ὅτι ὡς ἐν συμποσίῳ σε δεῖ ἀναστρέφεσθαι. περιφερόμενον γέγονέ τι κατὰ σέ: ἐκτείνας τὴν χεῖρα κοσμίως μετάλαβε.
[1501b] παρέρχεται: μὴ κάτεχε. οὔπω ἥκει:
[1501c] μὴ ἐπίβαλλε πόρρω τὴν ὄρεξιν, ἀλλὰ περίμενε, μέχρις ἂν γένηται κατὰ σέ.
[1501d] οὕτω πρὸς τέκνα, οὕτω πρὸς γυναῖκα, οὕτω πρὸς ἀρχάς, οὕτω πρὸς πλοῦτον:
[1501e] καὶ ἔσῃ ποτὲ ἄξιος τῶν θεῶν συμπότης.
[1501f] ἂν δὲ καὶ παρατεθέντων σοι μὴ λάβῃς, ἀλλ᾽ ὑπερίδῃς, τότε οὐ μόνον συμπότης τῶν θεῶν ἔσῃ, ἀλλὰ καὶ συνάρχων.
[1501g] οὕτω γὰρ ποιῶν Διογένης καὶ Ἡράκλειτος καὶ οἱ ὅμοιοι ἀξίως θεῖοί τε ἦσαν καὶ ἐλέγοντο.

Optional Reading 2
[1601a] Ὅταν κλαίοντα ἴδῃς τινὰ ἐν πένθει ἢ ἀποδημοῦντος τέκνου ἢ ἀπολωλεκότα τὰ ἑαυτοῦ, πρόσεχε μή σε ἡ φαντασία συναρπάσῃ ὡς ἐν κακοῖς ὄντος αὐτοῦ τοῖς ἐκτός,
[1601b] ἀλλ᾽ εὐθὺς ἔστω πρόχειρον ὅτι "τοῦτον θλίβει οὐ τὸ συμβεβηκός (ἄλλον γὰρ οὐ θλίβει), ἀλλὰ τὸ δόγμα τὸ περὶ τούτου".
[1601c] μέχρι μέντοι λόγου μὴ ὄκνει συμπεριφέρεσθαι αὐτῷ, κἂν οὕτω τύχῃ, καὶ συνεπιστενάξαι: πρόσεχε μέντοι μὴ καὶ ἔσωθεν στενάξῃς.

Basic Reading
[1701a] Μέμνησο, ὅτι ὑποκριτὴς εἶ δράματος, οἵου ἂν θέλῃ ὁ διδάσκαλος:
[1701b] ἂν βραχύ, βραχέος: ἂν μακρόν, μακροῦ: ἂν πτωχὸν ὑποκρίνασθαί σε θέλῃ,
[1701c] ἵνα καὶ τοῦτον εὐφυῶς ὑποκρίνῃ ἂν χωλόν, ἂν ἄρχοντα, ἂν ἰδιώτην.
[1701d] σὸν γὰρ τοῦτ᾽ ἔστι, τὸ δοθὲν ὑποκρίνασθαι πρόσωπον καλῶς: ἐκλέξασθαι δ᾽ αὐτὸ ἄλλου.

 

 

Table of Words

The local gloss is context-specific. The word-link and lemma-link are linked to the Perseus Hopper vocabulary tool. I have gone through the Greek lemma and verified them for accuracy - but there may still be some errors. Many of the definitions have been taken from the following translations: Mattheson, Boter, White, Oldfather and Long. If you have a better suggestion for a word, send in the word number, Greek word and suggested gloss, and I will add it into the vocabulary list.

A note of caution: Perseus does not always work as expected. The links are betacode which works better than sending in Greek Unicode lookups. But sometimes it still will not work. In addition, Perseus is often slow - if you see it cranking and cranking, try later, the server is too busy. An example of unexpected results is as follows: the neuter plural form ἀπαραπόδιστα returns 'not found'; the root lemma ἀπαραπόδιστος brings up its own correct entry. Some words are only listed in the Middle LSJ, not the main LSJ (e.g. οὐδέπω). So if you look up οὐδέπω in the Archimedes Harvard LSJ or your own personal copy, you won't find it.

The columns for vocabulary frequency are compiled from Perseus' Max frequency for the Enchiridion (EnchX) and all of Epictetus' works (EpicX including the Enchiridion). The New Testament frequencies are from Tischendorf's NT as provided by MorphGnt.org. Words are linked on betacode, but some lemmas do not link correctly (a problem that will be fixed over time), thus there are occasionally NTX freqencies that are missing or partial. When comparing the frequency of the various works, you should remember the Enchiridion (4983 words) is about the same length as the book of Hebrews (4953 words) and all Epictetus' writings (The Discourses - 75,177 words, Fragments - 4023 words,and Enchiridion - 4983 words; grand total - 84183) are 60% of the length of the New Testament (138,019 words). Although both the Epictus' works and the New Testament books are different in content and author, if you multiply the Epictetus frequency by 1.6 (EpicX x 1.6) you can come up with a comparable usage between the two works.

 

qryEnchiridionWords_ReadingsLemma
WordID Reference WordLink LemmaLink LocalGloss Construction POS Parsing EnchX EpicX NTX
1082 15.1 Μέμνησο
μιμνήσκω
remember


20 84
1083 15.1 ὅτι
ὅτι




68 849 1299
1084 15.1 ὡς
ὡς
as


40 555 502
1085 15.1 ἐν
ἐν
at


49 629 2743
1086 15.1 συμποσίῳ
συμπόσιον
a banquet


2 9 2
1087 15.1 σε
σύ
you


96 1336 2903
1088 15.1 δεῖ
δεῖ
one must


19 428 103
1089 15.1 ἀναστρέφεσθαι
ἀναστρέφω
to behave in life


2 33 9
1090 15.1 περιφερόμενον
περιφέρω
to carry around


1 4 3
1091 15.1 γέγονέ
γίνομαι
to be





1092 15.1 τι
τις
something


163 3876
1093 15.1 κατὰ
κατά
at


15 221 471
1094 15.1 σέ
σύ
you; κατὰ σέ at your place


96 1336 2903
1095 15.1 ἐκτείνας
ἐκτείνω
to reach out


1 10 16
1096 15.1 τὴν





502 8830 19787
1097 15.1 χεῖρα
χεῖρ
hand





1098 15.1 κοσμίως
κόσμιος
modest, moderate, politely


2 10 2
1099 15.1 μετάλαβε
μεταλαμβάνω
to take a share of, to take


1 6 7
1100 15.1 παρέρχεται
παρέρχομαι
to pass by, go by


1 26 29
1101 15.1 μὴ
μή
not


89 1079 1033
1102 15.1 κάτεχε
κατέχω
to hold back


1 5 17
1103 15.1 οὔπω
οὔπω
not y et


2 9 25
1104 15.1 ἥκει
ἥκω
to arrive


3 15 26
1105 15.1 μὴ
μή
not


89 1079 1033
1106 15.1 ἐπίβαλλε
ἐπιβάλλω
to stretch, reach out


1 15 17
1107 15.1 πόρρω
πρόσω
towards


1 1
1108 15.1 τὴν





502 8830 19787
1109 15.1 ὄρεξιν
ὄρεξις
desire


7 68 1
1110 15.1 ἀλλὰ
ἀλλά
but


55 953 635
1111 15.1 περίμενε
περιμένω
wait


1 7 1
1112 15.1 μέχρις
μέχρι
until


5 73 19
1113 15.1 ἂν
ἄν




48 730 165
1114 15.1 γένηται
γίνομαι
to be





1115 15.1 κατὰ
κατά
by, to


15 221 471
1116 15.1 σέ
σύ
you


96 1336 2903
1117 15.1 οὕτω
οὕτως
in the same way


33 406
1118 15.1 πρὸς
πρός
towards


45 649 697
1119 15.1 τέκνα
τέκνον
child


6 38 99
1120 15.1 οὕτω
οὕτως
in the same way


33 406
1121 15.1 πρὸς
πρός
towards


45 649 697
1122 15.1 γυναῖκα
γυνή
wife


8 76 219
1123 15.1 οὕτω
οὕτως
in the same way


33 406
1124 15.1 πρὸς
πρός
towards


45 649 697
1125 15.1 ἀρχάς
ἀρχή
offices, public office


4 56 56
1126 15.1 οὕτω
οὕτως
in the same way


33 406
1127 15.1 πρὸς
πρός
towards


45 649 697
1128 15.1 πλοῦτον
πλοῦτος
wealth





1129 15.1 καὶ
καί
and


206 4196 8977
1130 15.1 ἔσῃ
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
1131 15.1 ποτὲ
ποτε
one day





1132 15.1 ἄξιος
ἄξιος
worth


7 98 41
1133 15.1 τῶν





502 8830 19787
1134 15.1 θεῶν
θεός
a god


10 257 1312
1135 15.1 συμπότης
συμπότης
a sharer in a banquet


2 3
1136 15.1 ἂν
ἄν
if


48 730 165
1137 15.1 δὲ
δέ
but


109 1649 2781
1138 15.1 καὶ
καί




206 4196 8977
1139 15.1 παρατεθέντων
παρατίθημι
to set before


1 9 19
1140 15.1 σοι
σῦ
you





1141 15.1 μὴ
μή
not


89 1079 1033
1142 15.1 λάβῃς
λαμβάνω
to take


12 134 259
1143 15.1 ἀλλ᾽
ἀλλά
but


55 953 635
1144 15.1 ὑπερίδῃς
ὑπεροράω
to despise





1145 15.1 τότε
τότε
then


4 43 157
1146 15.1 οὐ
οὐ
not


85 1681 1626
1147 15.1 μόνον
μόνος
only οὐ μόνον…ἀλλὰ καὶ

15 235 114
1148 15.1 συμπότης
συμπότης
a sharer in a banquet


2 3
1149 15.1 τῶν





502 8830 19787
1150 15.1 θεῶν
θεός
a god; ὁ θεός God


10 257 1312
1151 15.1 ἔσῃ
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
1152 15.1 ἀλλὰ
ἀλλά
but οὐ μόνον…ἀλλὰ

55 953 635
1153 15.1 καὶ
καί
also


206 4196 8977
1154 15.1 συνάρχων
συνάρχω
a co-ruler


1 1
1155 15.1 οὕτω
οὕτως
in this way


33 406
1156 15.1 γὰρ
γάρ
for


49 781 1036
1157 15.1 ποιῶν
ποιέω
to act


17 439 569
1158 15.1 Διογένης
Διογένης
Diogenes


1 27
1159 15.1 καὶ
καί
and


206 4196 8977
1160 15.1 Ἡράκλειτος
Ἡράκλειτος
Heraclitus





1161 15.1 καὶ
καί
and


206 4196 8977
1162 15.1 οἱ





502 8830 19787
1163 15.1 ὅμοιοι
ὅμοιος
like


4 79 45
1164 15.1 ἀξίως
ἀχίως
ἀξίως deservedly





1165 15.1 θεῖοί
θεός
pl: gods


10 257 1312
1166 15.1 τε
τε
and


13 132
1167 15.1 ἦσαν
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
1168 15.1 καὶ
καί
so


206 4196 8977
1169 15.1 ἐλέγοντο
λέγω
pass.: to be called


19 600 2258
1170 16.1 Ὅταν
ὅταν
when


31 266 123
1171 16.1 κλαίοντα
κλαίω
to weep


1 36 40
1172 16.1 ἴδῃς
ὁράω
to see


5 143 683
1173 16.1 τινὰ
τις
someone


163 3876
1174 16.1 ἐν
ἐν
in


49 629 2743
1175 16.1 πένθει
πένθος
grief


1 9 5
1176 16.1

either ἢ...ἢ

66 915 346
1177 16.1 ἀποδημοῦντος
ἀποδημέω
to be abroad, to depart


1 17 6
1178 16.1 τέκνου
τέκνον
a child


6 38 99
1179 16.1

or ἢ...ἢ

66 915 346
1180 16.1 ἀπολωλεκότα
ἀπόλλυμι
to lose


6 97 90
1181 16.1 τὰ

the


502 8830 19787
1182 16.1 ἑαυτοῦ
ἑαυτός
τὰ ἑαυτοῦ his property





1183 16.1 πρόσεχε
προσέχω
to beware, take care


9 37 24
1184 16.1 μή
μή
not


89 1079 1033
1185 16.1 σε
σύ
you


96 1336 2903
1186 16.1


w abstract

502 8830 19787
1187 16.1 φαντασία
φαντασία
impression


11 118 1
1188 16.1 συναρπάσῃ
συναρπάζω
to carry away


6 9 4
1189 16.1 ὡς
ὡς
by


40 555 502
1190 16.1 ἐν
ἐν
in


49 629 2743
1191 16.1 κακοῖς
κακός
ills, bad


22 292 50
1192 16.1 ὄντος
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
1193 16.1 αὐτοῦ
αὐτός
the man


80 1357 5568
1194 16.1 τοῖς

the


502 8830 19787
1195 16.1 ἐκτός
ἐκτός
external


5 52 7
1196 16.1 ἀλλ᾽
ἀλλά
but


55 953 635
1197 16.1 εὐθὺς
εὐθύς
immediately


8 68 8
1198 16.1 ἔστω
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
1199 16.1 πρόχειρον
πρόχειρος
at hand; ἔστω πρόχειρον ὅτι have this saying ready


6 27
1200 16.1 ὅτι
ὅτι
this


68 849 1299
1201 16.1 τοῦτον
οὗτος
this


78 1657 1380
1202 16.1 θλίβει
θλίβω
to distress, weigh down


2 13 10
1203 16.1 οὐ
οὐ
not


85 1681 1626
1204 16.1 τὸ

the


502 8830 19787
1205 16.1 συμβεβηκός
συμβαίνω
τὸ συμβεβηκός an event, what has happened


4 29 8
1206 16.1 ἄλλον
ἄλλος
another man


32 663 155
1207 16.1 γὰρ
γάρ
for


49 781 1036
1208 16.1 οὐ
οὐ
not


85 1681 1626
1209 16.1 θλίβει
θλίβω
to distress, weigh down


2 13 10
1210 16.1 ἀλλὰ
ἀλλά
but


55 953 635
1211 16.1 τὸ

the


502 8830 19787
1212 16.1 δόγμα
δόγμα
opinion, judgement


6 132 5
1213 16.1 τὸ

the


502 8830 19787
1214 16.1 περὶ
περί
about


30 421 335
1215 16.1 τούτου
οὗτος
it


78 1657 1380
1216 16.1 μέχρι
μέχρι
until, as long as


5 73 19
1217 16.1 μέντοι
μέντοι
however


4 12 8
1218 16.1 λόγου
λόγος
words, verbally


13 167 330
1219 16.1 μὴ
μή
not


89 1079 1033
1220 16.1 ὄκνει
ὀκνέω
to hesitate


1 3 1
1221 16.1 συμπεριφέρεσθαι
συμπεριφέρω
to sympathize, empathize


1 5
1222 16.1 αὐτῷ
αὐτός
he


80 1357 5568
1223 16.1 κἂν
κἄν
and if





1224 16.1 οὕτω
οὕτως
so


33 406
1225 16.1 τύχῃ
τυγχάνω
to happen


14 110 12
1226 16.1 καὶ
καί
also


206 4196 8977
1227 16.1 συνεπιστενάξαι
συνεπιστενάζω
to weep with someone, to moan with


1 1
1228 16.1 πρόσεχε
προσέχω
to beware


9 37 24
1229 16.1 μέντοι
μέντοι
but only


4 12 8
1230 16.1 μὴ
μή
not


89 1079 1033
1231 16.1 καὶ
καί
also


206 4196 8977
1232 16.1 ἔσωθεν
ἔσωθεν
inwardly


1 10 12
1233 16.1 στενάξῃς
στενάζω
to weep, moan


1 6 6
1234 17.1 Μέμνησο
μιμνήσκω
to remember


20 84
1235 17.1 ὅτι
ὅτι
that


68 849 1299
1236 17.1 ὑποκριτὴς
ὑποκριτής
an actor


1 4 17
1237 17.1 εἶ
εἰμί
to be


132 2174 2461
1238 17.1 δράματος
δράμα
a play





1239 17.1 οἵου
ὅς
of the sort


37 618 1404
1240 17.1 ἂν
ἄν
would


48 730 165
1241 17.1 θέλῃ
ἐθέλω
to wish


33 484
1242 17.1

the


502 8830 19787
1243 17.1 διδάσκαλος
διδάσκαλος
playwright


2 5 60
1244 17.1 ἂν
ἄν
if


48 730 165
1245 17.1 βραχύ
βραχύς
short


3 6 7
1246 17.1 βραχέος
βραχύς
short


3 6 7
1247 17.1 ἂν
ἄν
if


48 730 165
1248 17.1 μακρόν
μακρός
long


3 24 4
1249 17.1 μακροῦ
μακρός
long


3 24 4
1250 17.1 ἂν
ἄν
if


48 730 165
1251 17.1 πτωχὸν
πτωχός
a beggar


1 5 34
1252 17.1 ὑποκρίνασθαί
ὑποκρίνω
to play a role





1253 17.1 σε
σύ
you


96 1336 2903
1254 17.1 θέλῃ
ἐθέλω
to wish


33 484
1255 17.1 ἵνα
ἵνα
that


8 226 665
1256 17.1 καὶ
καί
also


206 4196 8977
1257 17.1 τοῦτον
οὗτος
this


78 1657 1380
1258 17.1 εὐφυῶς
εὐφυής
properly, skillfully


1 14
1259 17.1 ὑποκρίνῃ
ὑποκρίνω
to play a role





1260 17.1 ἂν
ἄν
if


48 730 165
1261 17.1 χωλόν
χωλός
a cripple


1 6 14
1262 17.1 ἂν
ἄν
in


48 730 165
1263 17.1 ἄρχοντα
ἀἀχω
an (public) official





1264 17.1 ἂν
ἄν
if


48 730 165
1265 17.1 ἰδιώτην
ἰδιώτης
a private citizen


7 29 5
1266 17.1 σὸν
σός
yours


41 281 26
1267 17.1 γὰρ
γάρ
for


49 781 1036
1268 17.1 τοῦτ᾽
οὗτος
this


78 1657 1380
1269 17.1 ἔστι
εἰμί
to do


132 2174 2461
1270 17.1 τὸ

the


502 8830 19787
1271 17.1 δοθὲν
δίδωμι
what is given; τὸ δοθὲν πρόσωπον assigned part


9 150 414
1272 17.1 ὑποκρίνασθαι
ὑποκρίνω
to play





1273 17.1 πρόσωπον
πρόσωποϝ
a role, part





1274 17.1 καλῶς
καλῶς
well





1275 17.1 ἐκλέξασθαι
ἐκλέγω
to pick out, choose


2 7 22
1276 17.1 δ᾽
δέ
but


109 1649 2781
1277 17.1 αὐτὸ
αὐτός
a task


80 1357 5568
1278 17.1 ἄλλου
ἄλλος
another; belongs to another


32 663 155