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ἀνά-ληψις , later -λημψις, εως, , hyperdor. -λαψις Ti Locr.100c:—
A.taking up, e.g. suspension in a sling, fixing a bandage, Hp.Art.22, Off.9; looping or tying up of vines, POxy.1692.20 (ii A. D.), cf. 1631.13 (iii A. D.).
2. receiving back into a family, Luc.Abd.5.
3. acquirement of knowledge, etc., Phld.Rh.1.31 S., al., Ti.Locr. l.c., S.E.P.1.73, D.S.1.1; “ἱερῶνPlu.2.351e.
4. assumption of an office, dub. in Inscr.Prien.123; “διαδήματοςOGI383.102.
5. Pass., being taken up or away, Psalm.Solom.4.20; ascension, Ev.Luc.9.51.
6. reception, entertainment, SIG888.36 (Thrace).
7. assimilation, τροφῆς Menon Iatr.25.48.
II. recovery,μνήμηςArist.Mem.451a20; means of regaining, Plu.Publ.9.
2. making good, making amends, Th. 5.65; refreshing of soldiers after hard work, Plb.3.87.1, cf. Luc. Par.40; “ἀνάληψιν ποιεῖνDemetr.Com.Nov.1.10:—recovery from illness, Hp.Aph.4.27, Pl.Ti.83e.
3. repair, Str.13.1.38, PSI1.83.11 (iii A. D.).
4. repetition, [Longin.]Rh.p.200H.
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    • Plato, Timaeus, 83e
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    • Thucydides, Histories, 5.65
    • Hippocrates, Aphorismi, 4.27
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    • Hippocrates, De officina medici, 9
    • Plutarch, Publicola, 9
    • Lucian, De parasito sive artem esse parasiticam, 40
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    • Diodorus, Historical Library, 1.1
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