The article aims to demonstrate that κίθαρις is a third declension noun with stem ending in -δ rather than, as it is generally considered by modern dictionaries, in -ι. Given that the only noun’s genitive of which we have trace – in ancient lexicography and in Euripides’ Erechtheus – is κιθάριδος, the A. suggests restoring this form in modern dictionaries and in the fragmentary Limenios’ paian to Apollo, where the genitive κιθάριος is supplied by conjecture.

Kίθαρις, κιθάριδος

CASTELLANETA SABINA
2019

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The article aims to demonstrate that κίθαρις is a third declension noun with stem ending in -δ rather than, as it is generally considered by modern dictionaries, in -ι. Given that the only noun’s genitive of which we have trace – in ancient lexicography and in Euripides’ Erechtheus – is κιθάριδος, the A. suggests restoring this form in modern dictionaries and in the fragmentary Limenios’ paian to Apollo, where the genitive κιθάριος is supplied by conjecture.
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