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  • Britannica, Volume 26 Theognis of Megara 19438791911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 26 — Theognis of Megara THEOGNIS OF MEGARA (6th century B.C.)
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  • Studīta Theodosia Theodosius (emperors) Theodosius of Tripolis Theodulf Theognis of Megara Theology Theon, Aelius Theon Theophanes Theophano Théophile Theophilus
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  • Volume 26 — Theodulf THEODULF, bishop of Orleans, was born about the middle of the 8th century, of a noble family of Gothic extraction, probably in Spain
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  • this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "T. H. W." “Theognis of Megara,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 Some or all
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  • of the earlier Ionian philosophy was the sad word "Change." The same dark view of life had been expressed in other parts of Hellas. Thus Theognis of Megara
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  • handsome, and the third best thing is to be rich without cheating.” And Theognis of Megara says:— “You must, to escape poverty, throw Yourself, O Cyrnus down
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  • control of myths. He further denies that Aristotle identified his First Philosophy with a " theology," holding the text of the Metaphysics to be out of order
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  • Britannica, Volume 26 - Vol 26 Table of contributors 9397611911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 26 — - Vol 26 Table of contributors INITIALS USED IN
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  • displayed in the greatest of all battles. And we too have a poet whom we summon as a witness, Theognis, citizen of Megara in Sicily: 'Cyrnus,' he says
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  • A Problem in Greek Ethics (category History of Greece)
    A PROBLEM IN GREEK ETHICS being AN INQUIRY INTO THE PHENOMENON OF SEXUAL INVERSION addressed especially to medical psychologists and jurists
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  • that Theognis and his friend Kurnus were members of the aristocracy of Megara. After Megara had thrown off the yoke of Corinth in the early part of the
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  • Imported here from Megara; pigs moreover, Pumpkins, and pecks of salt, and ropes of onions, Were voted to be merchandise from Megara, Denounced, and
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  • insolence begets, When store of wealth attends.” Theognis writes in the same way:— “For surfeit insolence begets, When store of wealth attends the bad.”
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  • better to set, after the age of Hesiod, than Tyrtaeus and Theognis. Reference has already been made to the greatness of the Ionians as navigators, as
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  • Dorian Theognis in elegy, though not without alloy. Similarly, the Dorian Theocritus wrote love-songs in Aeolic. All the faculties and tones of the language
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  • pattern of manliness, courage, and prudence. Of the nature of his teaching we may form some notion from the precepts addressed by the Megarian Theognis to
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  • were not lonians. Thus the yEolian Hesiod uses it in epos, the Dorian Theognis in elegy, though not without alloy. Similarly, the Dorian Theocritus wrote
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  • Archilochus, Tyrtaeus and Theognis, reminiscences of Homeric language and thought meet us on every page. If the same cannot be said of the ancient epic poems
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  • begins the formation of the new kingdoms of Europe (346-395). Theognis, an elegiac poet of Megara; flourished in the second half of the 6th century B.C
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  • discourse on love. Of the Sophists: a work on Physiognomy. 16. On Justice and Courage: a hortative work in three books. Concerning Theognis, making a fourth
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