[B-Greek] Can Brotos Refer to Animal Mortality (Ez Trag
George F Somsel
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Tue Oct 13 18:31:27 EDT 2009
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From: Brian Abasciano <bvabasciano at gmail.com>
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Sent: Tue, October 13, 2009 1:53:09 PM
Subject: Re: [B-Greek] Can Brotos Refer to Animal Mortality (Ez Trag
Ron said: "Brian, I would argue that it cannot refer to animals as the term
BROTOPOUS refers to a horse with human feet, thus contrasting human and
Thanks Ron. But since it is a different word, it seems to be less than
conclusive, no? I do note though, that BROTOS is used in Ez. Trag. 137 with
the meaning mortal (people).
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