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Langue Grec
Auteur Dion Chrysostome
Références Discours aux Alexandrins, XXXII, 67
Sujet Les Spartiates et le joueur de harpe
Descripteurs Spartiates; Lacédémone; harpe;
Extrait Grec
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??d?? ???a??d? ?a?µa??µ??? t?te ?? t??? ????s??. ?t? ??? ??a? ?d?? ?d??e? 
?a? pe??tt?? e??a?, µ? ??´ ??? ?t?µ?sa? a?t??, ???´ ?fe????t? t?? ?????a? ?a? 
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 p???µa ??t?? ?fe????t?, ?a? ?f??att?? t? ?ta, ?? ?? µ? d?af?a??s?? 
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Traduction française
But I want to tell you something that happened at Sparta, how the people of that land 
behaved toward a harpist who was much in vogue among the Greeks in those days. 
Just because this harpist had the reputation of being very charming and unusual, 
they did not, by Zeus, honour him, but instead they took his harp from him, cut 
away the strings, and ordered him to leave their city. Such, you see, were the 
misgivings the Spartans entertained regarding his calling and such the care they took 
of their ears, lest their hearing be corrupted or become more fastidious than was 
fitting ;

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

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