The conventional Latin title is De Mirabilibus Auscultationibus or, more simply, De Mirabilibus. Although the work is certainly not by Aristotle. ELECTRYONE Η Ε Ρ ΩΝΗ East Adriatic in Pseudo-Aristotle’s De Mirabilibus Auscultationibus David Štrmelj University of Zadar [email protected] Abstract: . de Mirabilibus Auscultationibus (Classic Reprint) by Aristotle Aristotle, , available at Book Depository with free delivery.

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They also say that many fish cannot feel when they are cut up and sliced, but they can feel when they are heated by the fire.

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They say that Daedalus came to these islands, and putting in there set up in one of them his own image, and in the other that of his son Icarus. These can be seen both by night and by day, but those in Pamphylia only by night.

Owen – – The Classical Review 7 According the Diodor, Daedalus was the first sculptor who managed to make 23 Plin. Ben jamin Jowett, as formulated in his will, that the proceeds from the sale of his works, the copyright in which he bequeathed to Balliol College, should be used to promote the study of Greek Literature, especially: Near Pandosia auscultaationibus lapygia footprints of the god are shown, on which no one must tread.

These birds, they state, if Greeks land at the place, keep quiet ; but if any of the barbarians who live around them approach, they fly up, and soaring in the air swoop down upon their heads, and, wounding them with their beaks, kill them. The editors, while retaining a general right ausxultationibus revision and annotation, will leave the responsibility for each translation to its author, whose name will in all cases be given, J.

It is said that these were built jirabilibus lolaus, son of Iphicles, when he, having taken with him the Thespiadae, the sons of Heracles, sailed to those parts with the intention of settling there, considering that they belonged to him through his relationship with Heracles, because Heracles 20 was lord, of all the western land.


On these is the 25 inscription — ‘ Heracles, son of Amphitryon, having cap- tured Elis, dedicated them ‘. As for the mythological and historical anecdotes, you will mlrabilibus stories here about Heracles, Daedalus, Diomedes, and the Cumaean Sibyl, ahscultationibus name just a few. Next paragraph informs us with extraordinary fertility of cattle in Illyria. They put out mirabiligus like the myrtle suitable for crowns.

In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. On Mount Sipylus they say there is a stone like a cylinder, which, when pious sons have found it, they place 5 in the sacred precincts of the Mother of the Gods, and never err through impiety, but are always affectionate to their parents. Flowers and Wheat of Sicily.

The Plant called ‘Sistros’. It is said to feed on insects from the trees, and to dig so deep into the trees in its search for worms, that it actually brings them down. Of this they say that 20 Auscultationibhs the Elder obtained possession, and sold it to the Carthaginians for one hundred and twenty talents.

Kiepert, who identifies the latter with C.

The Copper of Demonesus. Request removal from index. The aim of this article was to gather and evaluate all data concerning the East Adriatic coast from Pseudo-Aristotle’s De Mirabilibus Auscultationibus, and quscultationibus find out, if possible, which sources the author of this work had used concerning the scoped territory.

The same thing is said to occur at Lampsacus.

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They say that this is in no way concealed, nor happens for a short time, but that the fire rises all the summer time, and water all the winter. They are friendly to Greeks and aggressive towards barbarians. There is a spot in the middle in which, when a common market is held, Lesbian, Chian and Thasian goods are bought from the merchants who come up from Pontus, and Corcyraean amphorae from those who come from the Adriatic.

Now all the Daunians and the neighbouring tribes, both men and women, wear black garments, apparently for the following reason — because it is said that the Trojan women, who had been taken 10 captives, and had come to those parts, fearing that they might experience hard slavery at the hands of the women who already belonged to the Achaeans in their native land, set fire to their ships, in order that they might escape from the expected slavery, and at the same time, that they, being united in wedlock with those men, now 15 compelled to stay, might have them for their husbands.


de Mirabilibus Auscultationibus (Classic Reprint)

It is said that these are the works of Daedalus, a mirqbilibus of the old days, when escaping from Minos he came to this district from Sicily and Crete. But when the waves, after dashing 20 on either of the two places and being carried to the tops of the promontories, auscutlationibus descended again into the sea flowing beneath, then again with loud bellowing and great and swift eddies the sea boils up, and is lifted on high from the depths in confusion, and assumes alternately all kinds 25 of hues, for it appears at one time dark, at another blue, and oftentimes of a purplish colour: For this reason apparently they cut up the mice which they catch in mines.

They on entering find the caldrons indeed full of wine, but the floor and the walls uninjured, so that it is impossible to entertain a suspicion that they accomplish this by some trick. The Tomb of Deiope. It becomes apparently a fine strong bird, so it can easily master the others.

Singulare urinae stillicidio laborantibus remedium esse perhibent rasaque exhiberi. Another marvel also they say occurs among the Heneti: That in the text may be the wingless locust called daipaKos or ovos auscultatlonibus Dioscor.

When they are going to open it, they show the seals to citizens and strangers, and then open it.