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The Deipnosophists

or, Banquet of the learned, of Athen©Œus

by Athenaeus of Naucratis

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Published by H.G. Bohn in London .
Written in English

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  • Food

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    Statementliterally translated by C.D. Yonge, B.A. ; with an appendix of poetical fragments, rendered into English verse by various authors, and a general index
    SeriesBohn"s classical library -- v. 13-15.
    ContributionsYonge, Charles Duke, 1812-1891
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 volumes ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26255907M


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In it he pretends to tell a friend about a banquet at a scholar's house whither the learned guests brought extracts from poetry for recitation and discussion.5/5(1). ATHENAEUS is the author of this book; and in it he is discoursing with Timocrates: and the name of the book is the Deipnosophists.

In this work Laurentius is introduced, a Roman, a man of distinguished fortune, giving a banquet in his own house. The Deipnosophists is traditionally split into fifteen books, some of which have survived only in an abbreviated form. All of these books are available in translation online, either in the The Deipnosophists book translation by () on the LacusCurtius website, or in the translation by () on this website - but book 11 is not yet complete.

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Bohn. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Associated-names Gulick, Charles Burton, tr Bookplateleaf Pages: Athenaeus. The Deipnosophists. Or Banquet Of The Learned Of Athenaeus. London. Henry G. Bohn, York Street, Covent Garden. The National Endowment for the Humanities provided support for entering this text.

The deipnosophists, or, Banquet of the learned of Athenæus. Source: Athenaeus of Naucratis. Yonge, C.D., Editor The deipnosophists, or, Banquet of the learned of. The text of the Deipnosophists presents serious problems to readers. There is one obvious difficulty: the first two books of the fifteen-book long Deipnosophists, as well as a couple of pieces of other books, survive only in an extensive medieval epitome.

Consequently, the beginnings of the work cannot be fully known. Although the epitome is a. The Deipnosophists, or, Banquet of the Learned of Athenaeus. The author of The Deipnosophists was an Egyptian, born in Naucratis, a town. Athenaeus, of Naucratis. Athenaei Dipnosophistarum, sive Coenae Sapientum Libri XV.

Veneti: Apud Francisum Bartolomaei Honorati, When students inquire about the oldest books in our Rare Book Collection, it is always with great pleasure that I point them to a Latin edition of Athenaeus’ Deipnosophists. It is not only a beautiful volume in. Each paragraph of each book of the Deipnosophists is linked to Index to Text, which is an experimental tool The Deipnosophists book on the Levenshtein distance for automatically aligning index entries with the Greek text The Deipnosophists book the Deipnosophists.

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Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery/5. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Deipnosophists by Athenaeus of Naucratis, edition, in English - With an English translation by Charles Burton Gulick.

What is the status of a book that reuses fragments of thousands of other books. To consider the Deipnosophists in the context of its genesis leads us once again to analyze the practices of the literati, which are the center of attention in Athenaeus’ text itself, through the interaction of the members of Larensius’ circle.

Like Democritus. Page View. Athenaeus of Naucratis / The deipnosophists, or, Banquet of the learned of Athenæus volume I (). Athenaeus (AD ca. –ca. ), a Greek of Naucratis in Egypt, lived in Rome and wrote a historical work now lost.

Of the fifteen books of his surviving Deipnosophists ('Sophists at Dinner'), the first two and parts of the third, eleventh, and fifteenth exist only in summary, the rest apparently complete.

Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. The Deipnosophists; or, Banquet of the Learned of Athenæus by Athenaeus. The Deipnosophistae was originally in fifteen books. The work survives in one manuscript from which the whole of books 1 and 2, and some other pages too, disappeared long ago.

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The Deipnosophists (Δειπνοσοφισταί, or Sophists at Dinner, in fifteen books) was composed by Athenaeus of Naucratis between the 2nd and the 3rd century CE and it is the description of several banquet conversations on food, literature, and arts held in Rome by twenty-two learned men.

This complex and fascinating work is not only an. The Deipnosophists, Or, Banquet of the Learned of Athenaeus, Volume 3 Bohn's classical library Bohn's classical library, v. The Deipnosophists, Or, Banquet of the Learned of Athenaeus, Athenaeus (of Naucratis.) Author: Athenaeus (of Naucratis.) Translated by: Charles Duke Yonge: Publisher: Henry G.

Bohn, Original from: Oxford. The Deipnosophistae, which means "dinner-table philosophers," survives in fifteen books. The first two books, and parts of the third, eleventh and fifteenth, are extant only in epitome, but otherwise the work seems to be : Late second century AD, Naucratis. Athenaeus’ The Deipnosophists (The Learned Banqueters) is a second-century work of Greek fiction that describes the literary world of Hellenistic intellectuals in the Roman Plato in his Phaedo, the author uses dialogue to describe a series of dinner parties hosted by a wealthy patron of the arts.A cast of grammarians, lexicographers, and musicians participate in.

Athenaeus (ca. –ca. CE), a Greek of Naucratis in Egypt, lived in Rome and wrote a historical work now lost. Of the fifteen books of his surviving Deipnosophists ('Sophists at Dinner'), the first two and parts of the third, eleventh, and fifteenth exist only in summary, the rest apparently complete.

In it he pretends to tell a friend about a banquet at a scholar's house 4/5(5). Shop Our 20 Books for that will help you Live the Very Best Shop Our 20 for The Deipnosophists: Or, Volume 1 by Athenaeus (of Naucratis). Overview - This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

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FREE Shipping on $35 or Author: Athenaeus. PREFACE. The author of the Deipnosophists was an Egyptian, born in Naucratis, a town on the left side of the Canopic Mouth of the Nile. The age in which he lived is somewhat uncertain, but his work, at least the latter portion of it, must have been written after the death of Ulpian the lawyer, which happened A.

Athenæus appears to have been imbued with a great love. Athenaeus: The Deipnosophists Book XIII () 2nd Century CE. This enormous collection of extracts from hundred of authors, arranged as the ruminations of Intellectuals at a dinner party, gets around to homosexuality in Book XII [Loeb Translation] [] Altogether, many persons prefer liaisons with males to those with females.

The Deipnosophistae was originally in fifteen books. The work survives in one manuscript from which the whole of books 1 and 2, and some other pages too, disappeared long ago. An Epitome or abridgment (to about 60%) was made in medieval times, and survives complete: from this it is possible to read the missing sections, though in a disjointed form.

Athenaeus (ca. CE), a Greek of Naucratis in Egypt, lived in Rome and wrote a historical work now lost. Of the fifteen books of his surviving "Deipnosophists" ('Sophists at Dinner'), the first two and parts of the third, eleventh, and fifteenth exist only in summary, the rest apparently complete.5/5(1).

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Download a free audio book. A master of the art of dining, particularly learned conversation in the manner of Athenaeus's characters.^ Oxford English Dictionary, 1st ed.

"deipnosophist, n." Oxford University Press (Oxford),   In the 3rd century A.D., ancient Greek rhetorician and grammarian Athenaeus wrote in his work “The Deipnosophists” (Book VIII): “In Paeonia and Dardania it has, they say, before now rained. The Deipnosophists, or Banquet of the Learned of Athenaeus - You’re read light novel The Deipnosophists, or Banquet of the Learned of Athenaeus Part 87 online at Please use the follow button to get notification about the latest chapter next time when you visit Use F11 button to read novel in full-screen(PC only).

Athenaeus: the Manuscripts of "the Deipnosophists" The oldest manuscript of this work (A) is in the Biblioteca Marciana in Venice. It is excellently written, on parchment, probably in the 10th century.

But books 1, 2 and the first part of book 3 are missing; there are also two gaps in b and the end of b the last, is missing.Deipnosophist definition is - a person skilled in table talk.The digital Loeb Classical Library extends the founding mission of James Loeb with an interconnected, fully searchable, perpetually growing virtual library of all that is important in Greek and Latin literature.

Read more about the site’s features» In The Learned Banqueters, Athenaeus describes a series of dinner parties at which the guests quote extensively from Greek literature.