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ἔκ-θεσις , εως, ,
A.exposure, of a child, Hdt.1.116, E.Ion956; also of the putting out of Ulysses on the shore of Ithaca, Arist.Po.1460a36.
2. exhibition,ἀργυρωμάτωνD.S.34/5.2.35 (pl.).
II. setting forth, exposition,τῶν ὅρωνArist.APr.48a25, 49b6.
b. exhibition of a particular instance, ἀποδεῖξαι τῇ ἐκθέσει ib.28b14; “κατὰ τὴν . ἑκάστουId.Metaph.1090a17, cf. 992b10, Epicur.Nat.15.23, Chrysipp.Stoic.2.7 (pl.).
III. pl., stakes, at play, Alciphr.3.54.
IV. public notice,. ποιεῖσθαιSIG685.37 (Crete), cf. PHib.1.29.10 (iii B.C.).
V. Medic., prescription, Alex.Trall.1.11.
VI. Math., setting out of terms in a series, Theol.Ar.51 (pl.) ; series, Moderat. ap. Stob.1 Prooem.9, Nicom.Ar.1.7.
b. Geom., particular enunciation, Euc. p.203 F.,al.
VII. salient angle, Ph.Bel.82.3(pl.) ; projection of bastions, GDI5597 (Ephesus).
2. writing of lyric verses to the left of the previous line, opp. εἴσθεσις (q.v.), Sch.Ar.Ra.1548,al.
VIII. list, schedule, POxy.291.3 (i A. D.), etc.
IX. table of musical notes, Aristid.Quint.1.11.
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