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95) Thus, the information given by the scholiast to Aristophanes' Birds 1569 cannot be taken as proof of political persecution inflicted on Laispodias.
The scholiast on Basil of Caesarea (Hexaemeron: Oratio in Genesim, tr.
The Byzantine scholiasts engaged in [CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII][CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] "unfolding" in their search for "true meanings"; the Han literati employed paronomastic puns for the same purpose.
His many classical sources include Hesiod, Alcman, Pindar, Herodotus, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Menander, Aristotle, Theophrastus, Aratus, Apollonius of Rhodes, Theocritus, Diodorus Siculus, Tibullus, Strabo, Hyginus, Horace, Diogenes Laertius, Lucian, and Claudian, to name but a few, along with many scholiasts and patristic authors such as the expected Lactantius, Eusebius, Augustine, and Fulgentius.
17) However, in the eyes of the later scholiasts, it was natural to ask "When does it become full?
Paul and Protestantism, Literature and Dogma, God and the Bible, and the Last Essays on Church and Religion--represents a structure of thought which, once it is rescued from the scholiasts, may be seen to be a very considerable achievement, and one that touches with great suggestiveness much that is currently at issue in the intellectual forums of our own period.
Even the figure of the manly brigand, I would like to suggest, is not without a Homeric precedent; Thucydides and the scholiasts note that Odysseus, who starts his journey home by plundering settlements on his way, is nothing other than a brigand.
46] Nonetheless, he quoted the entire passage about the Amazons from Herodotus and diligently compared it with statements by Diodorus Siculus, Pompeius Trogus, Greek scholiasts on Homer, Strabo, Plutarch, and more, in an endeavor to locate the Amazons both chronologically and geographically.
That is how Chinese scholiasts have worked, up until the Song dynasty, when Jia Changchao [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (998-1065) and Huang Zhen [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1213-1280) began attempting to systematize the received lexicographical tradition of what we now consider derivation by tone change (Branner 1998).
The scholiasts of the Shu-ching relate that Duke Chou as a regent wore the silken ribbons of the emperor and his hat, and that, his back turned upon a screen and facing the south, he gave audiences to the princes.