|Πᾶς τὸν Διὸς Κόρινθον ἐνταυθοῖ βλέπε.|
|Text source||M. Luzzatto, 1999, Tzetzes lettore di Tucidide: note autografe sul Codice Heidelberg Palatino Greco 252, Bari: 121|
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|Comment||The expression 'Διὸς Κόρινθον' is a curse, used for those who frequently repeat the same words. Cf. Mészáros (2013: 74, n. 26): "The “Corinthus, son of Zeus” is a well–known Greek proverb meaning something like “the same old stuff again”. According to the tradition, the city Corinth attempted to convince the rebellious Megara by referring to the hero named Corinthus, the mythical founder of Megara. The Megarians, however, refused this argument laughing."|
|Number of verses||1|
 π(ᾶς) τ(ὸν) διὸς κόρινθ(ον) ἐνταυθοῖ | βλέπε
HEIDELBERG - Universitätsbibliothek - Palat. gr. 252 [851-950] (f. 258r)
|Related type(s)|| Χρεὼν Διὸς Κόρινθον ἐνταυθοῖ γράφειν (1 verse) (Variant (other wordings))|
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|Identification||Vassis ICB 2005, 603: "Ioann. Tzetzes, Scholium in Thucydidem (7.18.4)"|
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