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  • train of attendants = ἀκολουθία, ἀκόλουθοι ⇢ Look up "train of attendants" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia
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  • train of attendants: P. ἀκολουθία, ἡ, Ar. and P. ἀκόλουθοι, οἱ. adherents: P. and V. εὔνοι, οἱ. P. and V. ἐπιών, Ar. and P. ἐπιγιγνόμενος. on the following
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  • ἀκόλουθος) train of attendants ⇢ Look up "ἀκόλουθοι" on Google | Wiktionary | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's
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  • τινι E.Tr.264; δόμοις Id.Alc.1024. II Pass., to be escorted by a train of attendants, S.OC1098. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works [Seite
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  • a following, train, Soph., Plat. II. a following upon, conformity with, τοῖς πράγμασι Plat. ἀκολουθία = retinue, train of attendants ⇢ Look up "ἀκολουθία"
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  • Hectorem circum sua Pergama, to drag, trail, Ov. M. 12, 591. — Of a train of soldiers, attendants, etc.: Scipio gravem jam spoliis multarum urbium exercitum
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  • repairs of temples, SIG1106.49 (Cos, iv/iii B.C.), 1102.8 (ii B.C.). 4 preparation of fat for medical use, Dsc.2.76. IV in collective sense, body of attendants
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  • fenced in; hence, in milit. lang., a company of soldiers, a division of an army, a cohort, the tenth part of a legion, comprising three manipuli or six centuriae
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  • 14.—Of the attendants of the queen-bee, Plin. 11, 17, 17, § 53.—Of Orion, as Diana's attendant, Ov. F. 5, 538. — II Trop., an assistant, attendant: hominem
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  • Hor. Ep. 1, 8, 2; Suet. Caes. 42; id. Ner. 5; id. Gram. 10.—    C The attendants of distinguished private individuals, Hor. Ep. 1, 7, 76; 1, 17, 52; id.
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  • that presses upon, crowds about another; hence, I an attendant of a nobleman; in plur., attendants, train, suite, retinue, bodyguard, etc. (class.; used by
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  • 44.—    3    A train of servants or attendants: comitum longissimus ordo, Juv. 3, 284.—    B In milit. lang.    1    A line or rank of soldiers in battle
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  • A house, not only of built houses, but of any dwelling place, as that of Achilles at Troy (v. κλισία), Il.24.471,572, cf. S.Aj.65; of the Cyclops' cave
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  • δυστυχίαν assuage it, Luc.Ind.6. 8 of animals, train, ἵππους Pl.Grg.516e. 9 of land, cultivate, X.Oec.5.12; of trees, train, Hdt.1.193; στέλεχος Thphr.HP2
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  • sectabantur multi. Quid opus est sectatoribus? (of the train accompanying a candidate) Cic. Mur. 34, 71 (shortly afterwards, assectatio and assectari); cf
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  • ὀπισθόπους κῶμος = attendant train ⇢ Look up "ὀπισθόπους κῶμος" on Google | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's English
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  • Luc.Syr.D.33. 5 bring up, train, educate, ἀγόμενοις ὀρθῶς Pl.Lg.782d; ἤχθη τὴν λεγομένην ἀγωγήν Plu.Ages.1; of animals, train, X.Mem.4.1.3. 6 reduce, ἐς
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  • beside: hence concretely, π. κολάκων attendant swarm of flatterers, Posidon. 7 J.; μετὰ πολλῆς π. with a large train, LXX 2 Ma.3.28. II running by, traversing
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  • an anointer, a teacher of gymnastics, Arist.:—metaph. a teacher, Plut. ἀλείπτης -ου, ὁ ἀλείφω ‘iemand die insmeert’, trainer (bij sport, waar de atleten
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  • caudatarius caudatarii N M :: trainbearer; attendant who varries train (of sovereign/other)
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