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Langue Grec
Auteur Dion Chrysostome
Références Discours aux Alexandrins, XXXII, 52
Sujet A Rhodes, courir au travers de la cité n'est pas respectable
Descripteurs Rhodes; courir; cité; respectable; liberté; respect;
Extrait Grec
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???? pa?´ ??e????? ??d? t? d?aµe?? ?? t? p??e? d??e? µ?t????, ???? ?a? t?? 
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 ?a? p?s?? t?µ?? t???????s??. a?d??µe??? ??? a?t??? p??t?? ?a? µ?d?? ????t?? 
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Traduction française
For example, you know that the Rhodians, your near neighbours, enjoy freedom and 
complete independence of action; however, in Rhodes even running within the City 
limits is held not to be respectable, but, on the contrary, they even reprove strangers 
for being careless in their walk. So it is with good reason that the Rhodians should 
enjoy fair renown and universal honour. For since they are the first to show respect 
to themselves and to refrain from any foolish act, it is with good reason, I believe, 
that they have the respect of men in general and of their leaders as well.

Trad. anglaise : J.W. COHOON - H. Lamar CROSBY, Dio Chrysostom. 
Vol. III. London, Heinemann, 1940
Date : 24-10-2007

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