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By E. Badian

The connection of purchaser and shopper was once a mostly Roman establishment: a courting among the weaker and the improved in accordance with ethical legal responsibility and sanctioned by way of customized and strength. This ebook makes an attempt to teach the way it grew to become the development of Rome's relatives with overseas states, the way it built into the manager tool of Roman domination, and the way this courting shaped a severe a part of the material that held the Empire jointly.

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200ff. One large fragment is preserved in an oracle collection edited by ERBSE, Fragmente griechischer Theosophien, Hamburg 1941, p. 173,17—174,22. Particularly detailed and constructive criticism may be found in P. HADOT, Citations de Porphyre chez Augustine (à propos d'un ouvrage récent), REA 6 (1960) pp. 205—244, printed with a short reply by J. O'MEARA, ibid. pp. 245 ff. Cf. also the review by H. DÖRRIE, Gnomon 32 (1960) pp. 320-6. Cf. HADOT (art. cit. n. 80) pp. 206-7. PORPHYRIAN STUDIES SINCE 1913 733 ophy from Oracles'.

40) p. 24 n. 2 referrring to Plato, resp. 383 a where he mentions the dream of Agamemnon (Homer В 56—83). , somn. 4—6. , in Rem. I 115. Cf. J. FLAMANT, Macrobe et le néoplatonisme latin à la fin du IVe siècle, Études Préliminaires aux Religions orientales LVIII, Leiden 1979, pp. 162—3. g. the concept of soul in 'П. г^хлс лсос Вот)вс»у', TIçôç ГООООУ, стицииста Ст)тг)цата', 'П. тагу TTjç Ч'^ХЛС owáneiüv', the defence of providence in 'Поос NT)u,éotiov', the theme of 'П. той Fvuoi aauTÓv' and the Platonic interpretation in 'П.

Evang. III. 37 t. I 143,11-13 MRAS fail ôè щс KeqxzXfjç ocpaïoav ÏXEI Xevafjv ôià то uf| (leraßaCvEiv KCÙ ôià tf|v tuv uorçtov лоиаХтуу cpúoiv ка1 orí oxpaico: |iVi[ ; Ó KÓO|¿OC. g. in his interpretation of the Homeric cave of the nymphs Porphyry finds odd elements which can only be explained symbolically (p. 57,17—20 NAUCK). This is a method of overcoming a literal difficulty which has a long history. Cf. Zeno, SVF I 274 p. 63, 9—15. Porphyry himself ascribes it to Cronios (antr. p. 56,6—9 NAUCK).

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