Definition of Symposion. Meaning of Symposion. Synonyms of Symposion

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Definition of Symposion

Symposion
Symposion Sym*po"si*on, n. [NL.] A drinking together; a symposium. ``Our symposion last night.' --Sir W. Scott.

Meaning of Symposion from wikipedia

- In ancient Greece, the symposium (Gr****: συμπόσιον symposion or symposio, from συμπίνειν sympinein, "to drink together") was a part of a banquet that...
- Xenophons Symposion. Ein Kommentar. BzA 125.". Bryn Mawr Cl****ical Review. Retrieved 2012-03-18. Sources Gray, V. J. “Xenophon's Symposion: The Display...
- Erforschung. In: Jürgen Karbach, Paul Thomes (ed.): Beiträge zum Stengel-Symposion anläßlich des 300. Geburtstages von Friedrich Joachim Stengel am 29./30...
- The Symposium (Ancient Gr****: Συμπόσιον, Sympósion [sympósi̯on]) is a philosophical text by Plato dated c. 385–370 BC. It depicts a friendly contest of...
- ISBN 978-0-09-152130-1. Hochhuth, Rolf (1988). Alan Turing: en berättelse. Symposion. ISBN 978-91-7868-109-9. Leavitt, David (2007). The man who knew too much:...
- nobelpris i litteratur 1901-2001, Symposion 2001, page 78-92 Helmer Lång, 100 nobelpris i litteratur 1901-2001, Symposion 2001, page 131 Helmer Lång 100...
- views from different perspectives. Examples include Plato's dialogue Symposion, Mary S****ey's 1818 novel Frankenstein, Jostein Gaarder's The Solitaire...
- Osveta Filozofický slovník 1977, s. 561 SŤAHEL, R. In: MICHALKOVÁ, R.: Symposion: Utópie. Bratislava: RTVS. 2017 More, Travis; Vinod, Rohith (1989) "Thomas...
- wine, followed, with another benediction or blessing, leading to the 'symposion' (as in Plato's Symposium) or wine-drinking course and entertainment....
- of the main points of Plato's dialogues featuring Alcibiades and the Symposion, in which Alcibiades also appears. In support of this, Erasmus states...
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