Thursday, 28 May 2015

More late Christian lexical items in LSJ

Further to στεφανοσταύριον, there is οἰκονόμισσα, cited from a fifth-century inscription
and another ( Sterrett, WE 216 n.345 [?PASCSA 3 1884-5] = MAMA VIII 399) that is not dated explicitly (Roman imperial).

The name Doxa goes way back.

There is a third instance, which may be second-century, and a fourth.

Also, the passive of φιλοκαλέω is reported (s.v. 5) from a sixth-century inscription.

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