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θεόλογ-ος , , (λέγω) who discourses of the gods, of poets such as Hesiod and Orpheus, Arist.Metaph.1000a9, S.E.M.2.31; of cosmologists (like the Orphics), Arist.Metaph.1071b27, al., Cic.ND3.21.53; “θεολόγοι καὶ ποιηταίPhld.Piet.48; of diviners and prophets, “θ. καὶ μάντιεςPhilol.14; οἱ Δελφῶν θ. Plu.2.417f, cf. Luc.Alex.19, BMus.Inscr.4.481*.295 (Ephesus, ii A.D.), IGRom.4.1431 (Smyrna): fem., CIG 3199,3200 (ibid.).
2. theologian: θ.,= Moses, Ph.2.152, 416.
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