LSJ cites IG 3.1376 (= IG II² 12828), a funerary inscription of the third or fourth century AD, also published as GVI 746.
Words of interest and other points:
<ι> for <ει> passim.
λ(ε)ιριόεις, which is 2x Il., 1x Hes., 1x. Nic., 1x Q.S., 1x Nonn.; cf. esp. Il.3.152 and its app. derivative Timon 804.3.
χαριτο-βλέφαρος is cited by LSJ first from this inscription. It is first in Eub. and rare in literature, 3x in Konstantinos Manasses (12th c. AD).
Friday, 30 October 2015
Notes on inscriptions: GVI 746
Labels: Dialectology, Greek, Homer, Inscriptions, Ionic, Lexicography
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