Lichas


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Lichas

An ancient Greek unit of length approximately equivalent to 192.6 millimeters.
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Regi 1678, 129, lasst ihn vor der Reise auf dem Schiff des Lichas wieder hinzukommen.
114) Trotzdem enthalt sein Text die Begegnungen mit Lichas und Lycurgus, die Nodot und Dettore zwischen Sat.
114,6 Eine Frage bleibt offen: Warum kommt der gottesfurchtige Lichas in dem Sturm zu Tode, und Encolpius, dessen Diebstahl und Rasur in Lichas' Augen fur das Ungluck verantwortlich zeichnen, uberlebt?
8) On the other hand, Lichas recognizes the disguised Encolpius by his genitals (105.
The captain Lichas (whose name connotes oral sex) recognizes Encolpius by the size of his penis (continuo ad inguina mea admovit officiosam manum et 'salve' inquit 'Encolpi'; 105,9).
3, exul) in a retrospective soliloquy at a moment of disillusion when he has no reason to misrepresent himself to the original reader, who already knows the facts; and secondly, Lichas calls him a scapegoat: 'You thief, what do you have to say for yourself?
27) Rounding off his attack by nastily reminding Encolpius of the humiliation he underwent in Massalia as a 'scapegoat', Lichas delivers a serious blow to the ego of our hero.
The great complexity of the relationships of Encolpius, Tryphaena, Giton, Lichas and his wife, which is evident from the reciprocal accusations and apologies when the boys board the ship again in the Greek city, requires them to have spent considerable time together on that ship before arriving in Campania.