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Lysias; selected speeches XII, XVI, XIX, XXII, XXIV, XXV, XXXII, XXXIV. Edited, with introd., notes, and appendices by Charles Darwin Adams. Foreword by Harry.
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The supplement must end with the letters ]ou , and considering that at the beginning of l. It is possible that ta; eJautou' was first written in the correct position at ll. It would have included 22 letters plus the deleted c. This length would still be acceptable, but it is possible to leave a letter out writing [ta; auJt]ou'.

The form auJtou' is found in fr.

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II, ll. The defendant is reminding the jurors that Hippotherses, after his youthful anti-democratic adventure at Dekeleia, has not mended his ways with age. Carey suggested to me the shorter form [ ta; auJtou'] as a supplement for this line. He regards my reading and restoration of l. Medda and during the trial.

The interpretation of the traces at the end of the line is particularly difficult, since the letter has almost completely disappeared. What I can see is the upper part of a vertical stroke and a very small oblique trace of ink on the right of it. I have come to the conclusion that the left vertical stroke is not enough inclined to allow an interpretation of the letter as a or l.

In my opinion the traces are more likely to be what survives of m the upper part of the left vertical stroke and the beginning of the middle curve. That very accusation is presented to the jurors as the evidence of the unchanged anti-democratic feelings and untrustworthy nature of the accuser. Hippo- therses does not hesitate to slander citizens like Lysias, who have been loyal to the democracy and do not deserve to be wronged so badly.

I think that ll. Good parallels are offered by Isocr.

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In the Attic orators, when the verb is transitive, its object is either people who find themselves falsely accused cf. XXIV 2; Antiph. VI 43; Isocr. XXII 7, Dem.

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However, a connective is needed at the beginning of the new sentence, and the kaiv of l. The new supplement requires 18 letters at both l. This is perfectly consistent with the average line length in the papyrus. III, rr.

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These other are unconvincing both for reasons of space and because a mention of the juridic state of Hippotherses as a citizen is less appropriate here than a reference to his unsatisfying moral standard. The hypothesis of an omission is approved by Collart , 54, Gernet and Bizos , Messina , 64, Albini I shall discuss elsewhere the reconstruction of ll. As for the beginning of the line, a trace of a vertical stroke survives after the letters er, most probably g p, k, i are also possible.

This supple- ment was one of a number of suggestions that emerged during a seminar series on the text of Lysias which Prof. Carey held in at the Institute of Classical Studies in London. XXV 64 and Epist. II I am less persuaded by the expression eu[noian.

Moreover, I do not find convincing parallels for the phrase eu[noian dhlou'n with the meaning that would be required here. Medda nor at l. My supplement adds only six letters four of which are wide to l. I, ll.


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Selected Speeches XII, XVI, XIX, XXII, XXIV, XXV, XXXII, XXXIV. by Lysias

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