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εὐπα^τρίδης , ου, Dor. εὔπαρ-δας , α, , (πατήρ)
A.of good or noble sire, of noble family, of persons, used by Trag. in lyr., S.El.162, E.Alc.920 (anap.), Hipp.152, etc.; “εὐ. οἶκοιId.Ion 1073: also in later Prose, Muson.Fr. 13Bp.69 H.
II. Εὐ., οἱ, at Athens, the old aristocracy, opp. ἀγροῖκοι (or “γεωμόροιPlu. Thes.25) and δημιουργοί, Arist.Ath.13.2, cf. Scol.14, Isoc.16.25, X.Smp.8.40; “πένητας Εὐπατρίδας οὐδεὶς ὁρᾷAlex. 90.3; but τὰ τῶν Εὐ. πάτρια sacred traditions of the Eup., Ath.9.410a and ἐξηγητὴς ἐξ Εὐ. IG3.267, 1335, refer to a particular family of that name.
2. at Rome, Patricians, Plu.Publ.18, Fab.16, etc.
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    • Aristotle, Constitution of the Athenians, 13.2
    • Euripides, Alcestis, 920
    • Euripides, Hippolytus, 152
    • Euripides, Ion, 1073
    • Isocrates, On the team of horses, 25
    • Sophocles, Electra, 162
    • Xenophon, Symposium, 8.40
    • Plutarch, Fabius Maximus, 16
    • Plutarch, Publicola, 18
    • Plutarch, Theseus, 25
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