Definition of Symposiac. Meaning of Symposiac. Synonyms of Symposiac

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Definition of Symposiac

Symposiac
Symposiac Sym*po"si*ac, a. [L. symposiacus, Gr. ?.] Of or pertaining to compotations and merrymaking; happening where company is drinking together; as, symposiac meetings. Symposiac disputations amongst my acquaintance. --Arbuthnot.
Symposiac
Symposiac Sym*po"si*ac, n. A conference or conversation of philosophers at a banquet; hence, any similar gathering.

Meaning of Symposiac from wikipedia

- Plutarch posed the question as a philosophical matter in his essay "The Symposiacs", written in the 1st century CE. The question represents an ancient folk...
- original on 22 August 2011. alpha on the Online Etymology Dictionary Symposiacs, Book IX, questions II & III On-line text Archived 13 October 2008 at...
- Sophocles, fragment 861; Fowler, p. 31; Plutarch, Quaestiones ConvivalesSymposiacs, Moralia. Ovid XIV, 88. Nonnus, Dionysiaca 13.309; John Tzetzes, Chiliades...
- Bacchylides, Fragment 45 (from Scholiast on Apollonius of Rhodes) Plutarch. Symposiacs. iii. 1 ; Müller, Orchom. p. 249. Hornblower & Spawforth (2004). The Oxford...
- fanatically biased in favor of the Gr**** cities; they can do no wrong.” Symposiacs (Συμποσιακά); Convivium Septem Sapientium. The Romans loved the Lives...
- 2012. Retrieved 18 May 2012. Plutarch; Goodwin, William W., ed. (1871). "Symposiacs, Book VIII, Question 9, §. 3". Plutarch's Morals. vol. 3. Boston, M****achusetts...
- utopias in Gr**** thought, page 135. Oxford University Press Plutarch, Symposiacs, 2.1; A****ius, Florida, 22; Julian, Orations, 6.201b Diogenes Laërtius...
- figures inside of ancient Gr**** religion, such as Hades. In Plutarch's symposiacs, it is stated that there are those who believe Adonis to be the same as...
- own reflection portended his own death. Plutarch refers to this in his Symposiacs as numbing the nerves causing a heaviness in the limbs. He refers to Sophocles'...
- Lamprias, his own grandfather, than by Dionysus' grandfather, i.e. Cadmus. (Symposiacs, Book IX, question II Archived 13 October 2008 at the Wayback Machine)...
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