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Langue Grec
Auteur Dion Chrysostome
Références Au peuple de Tarse (discours 34), 5
Sujet Une fable mettant en scène un Phrygien, un boeuf et une corneille
Descripteurs Phrygien; boeuf; corneille; pierre; signe;
Hypertexte http://mercure.fltr.ucl.ac.be/Hodoi/concordances/intro.htm#Dion_chrysostome
Extrait Grec
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Traduction française
A man of Phrygia was riding on an ox. And when he spied a crow, having made the 
proper observation of the omen (for Phrygians are clever at that sort of thing), he 
hurled a stone at it and, by good luck, struck the bird. Accordingly he was much 
pleased, and, thinking that his own ill-fortune had thus been diverted to the crow, he 
picked up the bird, remounted the ox, and rode along. But the crow after a brief 
interval recovered ; and the ox, taking fright, threw the man, and he broke his leg in 
the fall. So that is the way he fared for having shown ingratitude for the sign.

Trad. anglaise : J.W. COHOON - H. Lamar CROSBY, Dio Chrysostom.  
Vol. III. London, Heinemann, 1940
Date : 11-12-2007

 
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