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bloodsucking African fly

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OR maomao / Marmar OU porporate / purpurate OZ toetoe / tzetze OS ochavo / schavs OY topo / typy
Podria haber varias alusiones: Tzetzes dice que en etrusco nanos significa 'vagabundo'; Dionisio de Halicarnaso menciona un rey pelasgo, Nanas, que habria colonizado Cortona; Teopompo senala que Odiseo se fue de Itaca por la mala conducta de Penelopa y se instalo en Italia.
The Byzantine grammarian John Tzetzes wrote that "Under the royal patronage of Ptolemy Philadelphus, Alexander of Aetolia edited the books of tragedy, Lycophron of Chalcis those of comedy, and Zenodotus of Ephesus those of Homer and the other poets" (Tzetzes, 1952, pp.
500 Alanic Saka (Khotanese, 1000 Zelencuk, Late Sogdian (Tumshuqese) Tzetzes 1500 Jasz 2000 Ossetic Yaghnobi
For, having related the legendary, definitely enigmatic inscription, Tzetzes adds an interpretation to make it understandable.
Abu al faraj had it from the poet Sa'adi (~1184-1291) who had received it, in exchange for one of his poems, from the rabbi Maimonides (1135-1204), who had bought it from the starving poet Tzetzes (~1110-1180).
The Byzantine scholar, Johannes Tzetzes, who lived in the twelfth century AD, describes their wretched plight as follows:
Par ailleurs, bien qu'ayant survecu a Manuel Ier, il est fort peu probable que Tzetzes fut encore vivant lors de la troisieme croisade (1187-1192), suscitee par la defaite que les Occidentaux avaient subie en Palestine a Hattin en 1187 des mains de Saladin, qui avait repris Jerusalem.
particolare nel commento del bizantino Tzetzes alle Rane: vd.
pioneiro da exegese alegorica dos poemas homericos, com a exegese dos alegoristas Heraclito, pseudo-Plutarco, Eustacio e Tzetzes, bem como a do neoplatonico Proclo, para aferir da heranca exegetica recebida e das inovacoes introduzidas na tradicao.
Nous n'en possedons plus que les quelques fragments d'une hypothesis (14) mais Tzetzes a heureusement conserve le resume de rintrigue:
38) Strong, and relatively early, traditions linked Demokritos with Hippocrates: Celsus described Hippocrates as `pupil' of Demokritos (Proem 8; there are similar accounts in the later Vitae of Soranos, Tzetzes, and Suda).
John Tzetzes, Prolegomenta de Comoedia (Koster, 32): "all the books of the Greeks and of all the other peoples" (= Anonymus Crameri II, p.
In Blum's overall reconstruction, it is the catalogue and the research underlying it that are emphasized, and thus greater authority is attributed to the testimony of Tzetzes than is normally the case.
segun lo asevera el filologo bizantino Juan Tzetzes (ca.