Ath NAI N Politeia

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...They accept the date 591 B. C. for Solon, place the years of anarchy in 587 B. C. and 583 B. C., and ignore 8m Tov avruiv xpviav. In favour of this it may be said that the threefold occurrence of fouryear periods is suspicious, that it avoids the difficulty about Simon's archonship (so far as the Parian Marble is concerned), and that it harmonises the dates here given with the statement as to the date of Solon in ch. 14. 5. ov Kariarrjaav: so MS., as K-W. saw, though much resembling Ovk cmearijaav, which is given by 1st ed. and H-L., and emended to lirtffrrjffav. 6. Sid. rrjv ai/rrjv aMav dvapxiav: MS. rrjv avrrjv cuTiav apxaiav, but the Berl. Pap. is said to have Sid ravrrfv.... hence K-W. read Sta rrpi avrty alriav avapxiav: so also Campbell, Housman, Burnet, H-L. 17 avrr) atria dvapxiav firoirjfffv Rutherford, Sift, rty avrr/v alriav avapx0i qffav Marindin, TTf avrf/v In avapx'av Blass. 7. Sta rani avrwv xP"v!av ' bracketed by K-W. on grounds of interpretation. 7. Ao/iaerias: until the discovery of the Berlin fragments of the IIoXtTfia nothing was known of this person beyond his name, nor was there any sign of a constitutional crisis being associated with his rule. The reverse of the first Berlin fragment (Blass, Hermes, XV. 372; Diels, Berl.Acad. 1885) contains a portion of the present passage, beginning with the word apxovra just above, but becoming intelligible first with the name Ao/zairias. It contains twenty-four lines (all imperfect, especially the last five), and ends with the words ra pe a. The present discovery of the complete passage at once overthrows a large number of conjectures which were made as to the date and character of the events referred to in it. The date has been discussed in the preceding note, and is...
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