From: Daniel Ria–o (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 25 1997 - 16:12:41 EST
At 10:24 AM -0600 3/24/98, Steven Cox wrote:
>I just noticed Bauer's quote from Plato
>PAN TO DAIMONION METAXU ESTI QEOU TE KAI QNHTOU
>to illustrate "of independant beings who occupy
>a position somewhere between the human and the divine">>
>what exactly does this mean?
>to [some] Greeks was it that they were naturally
>part of that between God and [the] mortal? (and hence truly
>"independant" as Bauer says)
If the Listowner allows me the license of praising a work I'm
working in, I would suggest Steven to consult the lemma "dai/mwn" of the
Dicionario Griego Espan^ol (vol. 4, pp. 863-4). It was precisely this word
"dai/mwn" the term choosen by J. Chadwick to do a partial comparison
between LSJ and DGE, cf. Classical Review (or it was Classical World?) 45
(1995) pp. 307 ss.
Daniel Rian~o Rufilanchas
c. Santa Engracia 52, 7 dcha.
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