Definition of Athetised
1. athetise [v] - See also: athetise
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Literary usage of Athetised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Classical Texts from Papyri in the British Museum: Including the Newly by Frederic George Kenyon (1891)
"405, 6, all of which were athetised by Aristarchus ; 1. 565 was certainly omitted, ... 581 (athetised by Aristarchus) ; between l1. 604 and 705 1. ..."
2. A History of Classical Philology from the Seventh Century, B.C. to the by Harry Thurston Peck (1911)
"... lines of the Iliad and the Odyssey, 1160 were athetised. The criticisms of Aristarchus were not, apparently, embodied in any one great standard work, ..."
3. Classical Quarterly by Classical Association (Great Britain) (1908)
"... The question of correcting this line cannot be kept indistinct from the question of its genuineness. It ought, I think, to be athetised (with 508). ..."
4. The Journal of Philology by William George Clark, William Aldis Wright, Ingram Bywater, John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor, Henry Jackson (1901)
"But really little reliance can be placed upon the genuineness of B 143 at all : it was athetised by Aristarchus and probably rightly. ..."
5. The Cynegeticus by Henry Nevill Sanders (1903)
"... is wrongly athetised owing to misconception of Cynic education and Xenophon's nature. One might almost infer (from p. 110 ff. ..."