1 edition of Tragodia Hepta found in the catalog.
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核心单词Word List 1词根、词缀表norm 规则abnormal a. 反常的，不正常的rupt 断裂abrupt a. 突然的，意外的ab- abs-相反；变坏；离去abuse n./vt 博文 来自： xo_zhang的专栏 Get this from a library. Geōrgios Serouios ē Servios, [i.e.
chilia heptakosia ogdonta tria-chilia oktakosia saranta ennea]: vios kai ergon: en parartēmati i) anekdotos metaphrasis tragōdias hypo tou G. Serouiou, ii) anekdotoi stichoi, epistolai kai engrapha. [Vasileios Phr Tomadakēs] Get this from a library.
Aischylou tragōdiai z : scholia eis tas autas tragōdias = Aeschyli tragoediae VII: quae cùm omnes multo quàm antea castigatiores eduntur, tum verò vna, quae mutila & decurtata prius erat, integra nunc profertur: scholia in easdem, plurimis in locis locupletata, & in penè infinitis emendata.
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An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. Hepta “seven. ” Hermaphrodite [Hermes and Aphrodite] Greek rhapsōidia “verse composition, recitation of epic poetry; a book, a lay, a canto,” from From Greek tragodia “a dramatic poem or play in formal language and having an unhappy resolution,” apparently literally “goat song,” from It has become something of a literary cliché to bash the thesaurus, or at the very least, to warn fellow writers that it is a book best left alone.
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