scholiast

NOUN
  1. a scholar who writes explanatory notes on an author (especially an ancient commentator on a classical author)
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How To Use scholiast In A Sentence

  • It is suggestive how the Armorican tradition seems to manifest itself, either directly or indirectly, in nearly all the "Lives" of the Saint which are considered the best; in St. Fiacc's, in the annotations of the Scholiast, in the "Tripartite Life," in the Fourth "Life," and in the Fifth by Probus. Bolougne-Sur-Mer St. Patrick's Native Town
  • The scholiast to the _De Corona_ of Demosthenes [191] says that the "hieron" of Calamites, an eponymous hero, was close to the The American Journal of Archaeology, 1893-1
  • Of the methods taught by Aryabhata and demonstrated by his scholiast Bhaskara I, some are based on comparison of similar right-angled plane triangles, and others are derived from inference.
  • Scholiastæ omnes in principio hujus Evangelii in disputatione de lectione ἐν ἡσαίᾳ τῷ προφήτη ex uno pendent. The Last Twelve Verses of the Gospel According to S. Mark
  • Of the methods taught by Aryabhata and demonstrated by his scholiast Bhaskara I, some are based on comparison of similar right-angled plane triangles, and others are derived from inference.
  • -- Similiter Scholiastae omnes in principio hujus Evangelii in disputatione de lectione en hesaia to prophete ex uno pendent. The Last Twelve Verses of the Gospel According to S. Mark Vindicated Against Recent Critical Objectors and Established
  • Maybe the scholiast has created a schematic he cannot fully control.
  • The identification is doubtful, but the scholiast (ancient commentator) knew Varus' origin.
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