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David the Invincible: Commentary on Porphyry's Isagoge. Old by Gohar Muradyan

By Gohar Muradyan

The Armenian model of David the Invincible’s statement on Porphyry's Isagoge, even if tremendous literal, is shorter by means of 1 / 4 than the Greek unique and includes revised passages. The Greek textual content reproduces Busse’s version (1904) yet occasionally choice is given to readings within the equipment, corroborated by way of the Armenian model. The Armenian textual content is predicated on Arevšatyan’s variation (1976), yet seven extra manuscripts were consulted and a few varia lectiones proven through the Greek unique were integrated within the textual content. The English translation is from the Armenian model. The passages of the Greek textual content with out Armenian similar are translated into English besides. additionally, the publication includes Armenian marginal scholia.

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For references see Glossary 1. g. 71 Առաջիկայ as the equivalent of παρών is not common; usually it renders προκείμενος. Եզրակացութիւն as the equivalent of συμπέρασμα is probably the transformation of *եզրակցութիւն, were the prefix συν is rendered by the postpositive root կից (cf. συζυγία – լծակցութիւն, συμμετρία – չափակցութիւն)72 and the root πέρας by եզր (cf. πεπερασμένον – եզերեալ). 2c An expression consisting of a preposition and a noun in an oblique case: ἀλλεπαλλήλου – ի վերայ միմեանց. 2d An expression in which the prefix is rendered by a reciprocal pronoun: ἀντικατηγοροῦνται – միմեանց ստորոգին.

192. Baronean—Conybeare (1918), p. 229. 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 introduction 25 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. , 69r–116r),64 San53 (1468, 72r–82r);65 it contains only 6 passages; the scribe did not complete his work. 23. 66 5 Discrepancies between the Two Versions of David’s Commentary Both the Greek original and the Armenian translation have reached us in a revised form. Parallel passages from the Commentaries on Porphyry’s Isagoge by Ammonius, Elias, “Pseudo-Elias,” Bishop Arethas (ca 900), and the Anonymous author, as well as from other texts by Aristotelian commentators confirm the correct readings in one of the two versions.

135: միոյր. 4 The dual number is not represented in the Greek original either. 2); the word was created through the combination of երկու – “two” and իւրաքանչիւր, the usual equivalent of ἕκαστος. 6 Parallel forms (երկիր, երիր, չորիր, հինգերիր, վեցերիր) of ordinal numerals do not occur in our text. ). 4). It is noteworthy that the present stem of the verb անգիտանամ ends not in ե, but in ա. 102 103 104 105 See Muradyan G. (2001–2002), Muradyan G. (2000). Muradyan G. (2000), p. 34: նմանիլ. Muradyan G.

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