1 occurence of ἄνανδρος in 1 file.
Funerary laws from Iulis on KeosDate:
- ca. 425-400 BC
Line 19: ΑΝ ΑΝΔΡΩΝ has been interpreted as a dittography. Another possibility might be to read ἀνάνδρων "husbandless women" i.e. virgins and widows. The precise sense of these lines hinges on whether these married women are or are not to leave the tomb first (i.e. whether we restore a form of μέ in line 18) and whether they do so before their husbands (if we accept the dittography) or before other females. The only related evidence comes from (pseudo-)Demosthenes 43.62, who states that men walk in front of women during the ἐκφορά, but our passage concerns the return from the tomb.