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epitomai

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epitomai

  1. plural form of epitome
    • 1997: Acta Classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis, volume 33, page 204 (Kossuth Lajos Tudományegyetem Kiadói Bizottsága)
      Contemporary philology has had a growing interest in the period and in the epitomai again, which has been proved by several colloquiums, monographs on the subject.
    • 2000: Mary Depew and Dirk Obbink, Matrices of Genre: Authors, Canons, and Society, page 10 (Harvard University Press; ISBN 0674003381, 9780674003385)
      Sluiter examines a tension inherent in such scholarly works as lexica, scholia, epitomai, and commentaries: although the very titles of these works claim no more than secondary status, their authors engage nonetheless in a rhetoric of self-legitimation.