Cous, vir, cuius meminit Pausau. l. 1.
Item Rhodius, Poeta non ignobilis, cuius festivissimum fertur responsum. Hic enim gulae nonnihil impertiendum ratus, congrum intentius coquebat; Admonitus super ea re Antigonus, illique assistens retro, leniter retractum interrogavit, Putasne, inquit, ô Antagora, Homerum Agamemonis et Graecorum rebus carmine celebrandis distentum, quô pactô congri melius saperent, pensitâsse? Cui ille, An opinaris, inquit, ô Rex, Agamemononem, Ω῟ λαοί τ᾿ ἐπιτετράφαται, καὶ τόςςα μέμηλε, cui tantarum rerum onus incumberet, perscrutaturum, Ecquis in exercitu congrum coqueret? Cael. Rhodig. Antiqu. Lection l. 7. c. 8. Nic. Lloydius.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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