centurio gives κεντορίων (at Philae, 32 BC), κεντυρίων (NT., when not ἑκατοντάρχης: κεντυρι- is relatively widespread in epigraphy: e.g., SB V 8449 39/40 AD), and κεντουρίων in John the Lydian, de magistratibus (6th. c. AD; but cf. the related adjective in Egypt or Nubia in the 1st ? c. AD: SB V 5818).
In yet later Greek, illustris gives ἰλλουστρία (illustr(i)a) and ἰλλοῦστρος (Rev.Supp. s.v. ἴλλυστρος).
Friday, 21 August 2015
Latin words in Greek
Labels: Eastern Empire, Egypt, Greek, Inscriptions, Latin, Lexicography, New Testament
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