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ὑπογρα^φ-ή , ,
A.written accusation, Pl.Tht.172e (but perh. in signf.11.2), IG9(2).522.20 (Larissa, iii/ii B. C., dub. sens.); cf. “ὑπογράφω1.2.
b. in Egypt, an unknown form of legal procedure before a court, PEnteux.50.8 (iii B. C.), PPetr.2p.55 (iii B. C.).
c. decision of an official on a petition handed to him, PTeb.45.28 (ii B. C.); of a court (perh. orig. so called because written below a petition), including a record of the legal proceedings, UPZ118.1, 162 vii 33, ix 24 (ii B. C.), BGU1759.4, 1827.12 (i B. C.).
2. admission of liability in writing. IG12(7).3.35 (Amorgos, iv B. C.), Mél.Navarre357 (Thespiae), PEnteux.35.7 (iii B. C.).
3. copy, Phld.Acad.Ind.p.6 M. (pl.).
4. entering of horses at the Olympic games, D.S.13.74 codd. (ἀπογρ-Schaefer).
5. pl., = Lat. commentarii, App.Pun.136, BC4.132.
II. outline, contour, Arist.GA764b30; τενόντων ὑπογραφαί traces of feet, foot-prints, A.Ch.209.
2. architect's plan, SIG1156 (Priene, iii/ii B. C.); diagram, Ascl.Tact.11.7: metaph., outline, sketch, general description, opp. τελεωτάτη ἀπεργασία, Pl.R.504d, cf. 548d, Lg.737d; “θεωρείσθω ἐκ τῆς .Arist.Int.22a22, Mete.346a32, HA510a30: Medic., as Empiric t.t., Gal.8.720.
3. in Logic, description, general illustration, opp. definition, Stoic.2.75.
4. example, illustration,ὑπογραφῆς ἕνεκαAel.Tact.8.3.
III. painting under of the eyelids, X.Cyr.1.3.2, Nicostr. ap. Stob.4.23.62; cf. “ὑπόγραμμα11, ὑπογράφω v, ὑποχρίω.
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    • Aeschylus, Libation Bearers, 209
    • Diodorus, Historical Library, 13.74
    • Plato, Laws, 737d
    • Plato, Republic, 504d
    • Plato, Republic, 548d
    • Plato, Theaetetus, 172e
    • Xenophon, Cyropaedia, 1.3.2
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