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Eust. 1761,28 in ξ 350: (gl. 7) ... καί το έπικοκκάζειν ΰβρει, ή κατά τινας έπιμηκάζειν (έπικηκάζειν coni. , 452), όθεν παρά Άριστοφάνει το (Ar. Thesm. 1059)' 'αοιδός (άντωδός Nauck sec. Ar. ) έπικοκκαστρία'. M: έπικοκκάζω* το κράζω. Hsch. ε 4371; Ph. 161,3 κηκάζω; Eust. 1402,53; 1786,22 (κηκάζειν έπικήκαστον, κακάζω) Nauck perhaps rightly considered that όθεν . . had been added by Eustathius from memory; less probable is that ή ... έπιμηκάζειν was also added from an alien cource by him.
Ran. 737. 1485, olim Aristoph. fr. ). Hsch. v. κρίκος = EM 538,46 et per errorem AO 1,223,19 (= Herod. ) ubi laudatur Aristoph. fr. -A. (Hsch. 6 2129; Eust. 1967,25); seh. Soph. Ant. 324; seh. D in K 324. The word δοκός = δόκησις occurs in Xenophanes fr. -K. (Fr nkel, Xenophanesstudien, in: H. , Wege und Formen fr hgriechischen Denkens, M nchen 2 1960, 346), and was probably the subject of an essay by Demetrius of Phaleron (fr. 2), and known to Callimachus. One suspects therefore that Ar. Byz. said more than Eustathius allows e.
Sc. Πλάτων ό κωμικός fr. ) δισυλλάβως. Eust. 1627,43 in ι 246: ότι δε και ίσοσυλλάβως έκλίθη το γάλα του γάλα εν τοις του γραμματικού Αριστοφάνους κείται, οπού φησιν εκείνος . . (seq. gl. 25 A). Eust. 916,52 in N 6 in marg. : . . ίσοσυλλάβως το γάλα του γάλα, ως ή παλαιά δήλοι παράδοσις. Deest test. The παλαιά παράδοσις must have been invoked by Ar. Byz. but it was possibly corrupt: γάλα was not considered among the indeclinable neuters by later grammarians.
Aristophanis Byzantii Fragmenta by William J. Slater (ed.)