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Cicone kaues. Hippon. 3,1 D e i suoi interpreti antichi

digital Cicone kaues. Hippon. 3,1 D e i suoi interpreti antichi
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Rivista AEVUM ANTIQUUM
Fascicolo AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2012 - 2013
Titolo Cicone kaues. Hippon. 3,1 D e i suoi interpreti antichi
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Editore Vita e Pensiero
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Hippon. fr. 3.2 D includes the word kaues, a hapax legomenon in the Greek literary corpus. Modern scholarship has connected it to the Lydian kaues, meaning ‘priest’, and thus considers kaues a lexical borrowing. However, Greek did not need this borrowing, since it has its own word derived from the same Indo-European root as the Lydian kaues, namely kaue. Therefore, I argue that it is better to consider kaues a phonetic adjustment which Hipponax himself made on purpose. Indeed, the phonetic arrangement of kaues gives rise to multiple suggestions as shown by the metaphorical interpretations of the ancient scholarship.

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