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σχολασ-τικός , ή, όν,
A.inclined to ease, enjoying leisure, “αἱ -κώτεραι πόλειςArist.Pol. 1322b37, cf. 1341a28; σύλλογοι ς. lounging parties, ib.1313b4; τὸ ς. leisure, Id.EN1177b22.
2. Astrol., ς. τόπος = ἀργός 11.4, Vett.Val. 186.3.
II. devoting one's leisure to learning, learned man, scholar, Thphr. ap. D.L.5.37, Posidon.36 J., CIG2746 (Aphrodisias), al., Sammelb. 1921, Plu.Cic.5.
2. academic, theoretical, ῥήτορες, opp. ἔμπρακτοι, Phld.Rh.2.265S.
3. freq. in bad sense, pedant, learned simpleton, Arr.Epict.1.11.39, M.Ant.1.16, Hierocl.Facet.263, al.
III. advocate, Phoeb.Fig.3; as an officially recognized legal adviser, OGI 693 (iii A.D.), PSI1.45.2 (V A.D.), PMasp.2 ii 2,al. (vi A.D.), etc.; ἀπὸ σχολαστικῶν, = ex-σχολαστικός, PLond.5.1701.14 (vi A.D.); esp. public advocate, Lat.defensor civitatis, IGRom.4.765 (Phrygia); “ς. καὶ ἔκδικοςBGU1094.1 (vi A.D.).
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