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τρίοδος [ι^], ,
A.= τριοδία, a meeting of three roads, Thgn.911, Pi.P. 11.38 (where the pl. [cj.] is used for the sg., cf. Mosch.1.2, Epigr.Gr. 841 (Thrace), IG3.1418.2); “τροχήλατος σχιστῆς κελεύθου τρίοδοςA. Fr.173, cf. E.Supp.1212, Pherecr.130.3 (anap., pl.), Ar.Fr.204 (pl.), Pl.Grg.524a, etc.
3. prov. also of persons in doubt, ἐν τριόδῳ δ᾽ ἕστηκα Thgn.l.c.; “στὰς . . , καθάπερ ἐν τ. γενόμενοςPl.Lg.799c; “ἐν τ. εἰμίZen.3.78, etc.
4. a measure in Egypt, “μέτρῳ τῷ καλουμένῳBGU920.21 (ii A. D.).
5. the 'trivium', Cael.131.28.
II. perh. = τετραοδία, Chrysipp. ap. S.E.P.1.69 (cf. Stoic.2.206).
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    • Euripides, Suppliants, 1212
    • Plato, Laws, 799c
    • Plato, Gorgias, 524a
    • Sophocles, Ichneutae, 535
    • Theophrastus, Characters, 14
    • Theophrastus, Characters, 16.5
    • Lucian, Quomodo historia conscribenda sit, 16
    • Cassius Dio, Historia Romana, 46.4
    • Moschus, Eros Drapeta, 1.2
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