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Ὃν οἱ θεοὶ φιλοῦσιν ἀποθνήσκει νέος -> He whom the gods love dies young
Menander, fr. 125
PAlex and other abbrevs. beginning with P,
v. III
PCG 2, 3(2), 4, 5, 7
Poetae comici Graeci, R. Kassel, C. Austin, Berlin/New York: II: Agathenor-Aristonymus, 1991; III 2: Aristophanes, 1984; IV: Aristophon-Crobylus, 1983; V: Damoxenus-Magnes, 1986; VII: Menecrates-Xenophon, 1989.
PEG
Poetarum epicorum Graecorum testimonia et fragmenta 1, A. Bernabé, T(L) 1987.
PG, PL
Patrologiae cursus completus, series Graeca, J.-P. Migne, Paris 1857–68 (162 vols.); Patrologiae cursus completus, series Latina, J.-P. Migne, Paris 1844–55 (221 vols).
PGR
Paradoxographorum Graecorum reliquiae, A. Giannini, Milan 1965.
PLG
T. Bergk, Poetae Lyrici Graeci4, Leipzig 1882 (reprint 1914–15)
PMG
Poetae Melici Graeci, D. L. Page, Oxford 1962 [1967].
PMGF
Poetarum Melicorum Graecorum Fragmenta, M. Davies, Oxford 1991.
PPF
H. Diels, Poetarum Philosophorum Fragmenta, Berlin 1901
PSI
v. index III.
Pall.
Palladius or Palladas
Pamph.
Pamphylian
Pap.
Papyrus
paratrag.
paratragoedia
parenth.
parentheses.
Parm.
Parmenides
Parmen
Parmenio
parod.
parody
Paroemiographi
E. L. von Leutsch & F. G. Schneidewin, Corpus Paroemiographorum Graecorum, Göttingen 1839–51; [Hildesheim 1958; w. Suppl., L. Cohn et al., Hildesheim 1961]
parox.
paroxytone
part.
participle
partit.
partitive
Pass.
Passive
Patron.
Patronymic
pecul.
peculiar
perh.
perhaps
Peripl.M.Rubr.,
v. I
perispom.
perispomenon
pers., person.
person, personal
pers.n.
personal name.
Petersen-Luschan
Reisen in Lykien, v. II
pf. or perf.
perfect
Ph.
Philo
Phan.
Phanias
Phil
Philippus Epigrammaticus
Phil.Wochenschr.,
v. IV
Philet.
Philetas
Philipp.Com.
Philippus Comicus
Philol.
Philolaus
Philol.,
v. IV
Philonid.
Philonides; for Vit. Philonid. v. infr.
Philos.
in Philosophy
Phld.
Philodemus Philosophus
Phlp.
Philoponus
Phoen.
Phoenix
phr.
phrase.
Physici
Physici et medici Graeci minores, J. L. Ideler, Berlin 1841–2 [Amsterdam 1963] (2 vols.).
Pi.
Pindarus
pl.
plural
Pl.
Plato
Plb.
Polybius
Plin.
Pliny
plpf.
pluperfect
Poet.
Poeta, poetical
Poliorc.
v. Poliorcetici in index I.
Pors.
Porson
post-Hom.
post-Homeric
pr.
preface.
pr. n.
proper name
pred.
predicate, predicative.
Prep.
Preposition
pres.
present
presum.
presumably.
Prisc.
Priscus Historicus
Prisc Lyd.
Priscianus Lydus
Priscian.Inst.
Priscianus Grammaticus, Institutio
priv.
privative
prob.
probable, probably
prob. for
probably to be read instead of
prob. l.
probable reading
prolog.
prologus, prologue.
Pron.
Pronoun
prop.
properly
proparox.
proparoxytone
properisp.
properispomenon
prov.
proverbially, proverbial
Pyth. or Pythag.
Pythagoras, Pythagorean.
Pyth.Hell.
The Pythagorean Texts of the Hellenistic Period, H. Thesleff, Åbo 1965.