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πρόσ-ληψις , εως, ,
A.taking in addition, “λόγουPl.Tht.210a, cf. Hermog.Id.1.11; ἀορίστου ib.2.6, Aristid.Rh.1pp.473,534S.; τοῦ ἄρθρου, τοῦ ι_, A.D.Synt.170.3, Pron.87.13.
b. rise in rank by acquisition of catoecic land, “προσλήψεως στέφανοςPTeb.61 (b).254 (ii B.C.).
3. enrolment, “εἰς τὸ ταγματικόνPTheb.Bank8.4 (ii B.C.).
II. additional assumption, “διὰ προσλήψεωςArist.APr.58b9 (dub.); “κατὰ πρόσληψινThphr. ap. Alex.Aphr. in APr.378.14, Phlp. in APr.416.24; “ἐνθύμημα γίνεται . . κατὰ πρόσληψινAps.Rh.p.288 H.: specifically, π., , minor premiss, Crinis Stoic.3.269, Plu.2.387c, A.D.Conj.250.21, S.E. P.2.149, D.L.7.82; “ἐν προσλήψειA.D.Conj.250.18.
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    • Flavius Josephus, Jewish Antiquities, 17.1.2
    • Flavius Josephus, Jewish Antiquities, 18.9.6
    • Plato, Theaetetus, 210a
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