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56-60). Photius alludes to the matter briefly again in codex 94, the lost Babyloniaca of Iamblichus. Lucian was one of the most popular classical authors in Byzantium, as is shown by imitations such as the Timarion (see pp. ) and by the large number of manuscripts that survive. 2 After S1acpopo1 the corrector in the MS. A adds in the margin Kal 6eoov S16:Aoyo1. 4 6eo"TrAaa-rlcxs: the lexica do not cite this noun from any author before Athanasius (d. 373), but the verb 6eo"TrAaaTETv was used by Hellenistic writers.

A pious fiction, first found in Socrates, hist. eccl. 5. 22, and repeated noncommittally by Photius at the end of his summary, represented the author as a Christian bishop. Photius was not the only Byzantine to write about this popular novel; see H. rtner, Antike und Abendland 15. 1969. 47-69. 1 Al6tonn<6v: the title of the novel is normally in the plural. la can mean 'story, fable'. See further E. Rohde, Der griechische Roman8 376f. 3 nAeoval,;et: 'abounds in', without pejorative sense. na&at: the usual sequence of events in a Greek novel included shipwreck, encounter with brigands, the resuscitation of a person apparently dead, etc.

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