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tsetse

 [tset´se]
an African fly of the genus Glossina, which transmits trypanosomiasis.

tzetze

/tzet·ze/ (tset´se) tsetse.

tzetze

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Considering that Tzetzes is unlikely to have had complete command of twelfth-century Alanic-Ossetic, and that his purpose here is merely to give an approximate rendering of two lines of (earthy) conversation, it would be unwise to place undue weight on the evidence of these markings.
D'apres Wilson (3), Tzetzes dans sa jeunesse fut fonctionnaire, mais il perdit son poste et tomba dans la pauvrete suite a une affaire amoureuse avec l'epouse de son superieur (4).
alternativi a Empusa menzionati nel su citato commento di Tzetzes alle
Le Syleus d' Euripide resume par Tzetzes, Prolegomines a la Comedie, XIa2, 62-70, cf.
11) John Tzetzes hewed to the model without hazarding any conjectures as to the other peoples implied by the statement that "the laws of the Jews would also be worthy of inclusion in the library.
Dacier, Monti, Pope, Goddick, Leconte de Lisle, Ilgen, Tzetzes, Barnier y Lavagnoli, Hermann, Hermosilla y Segala Estalella".
810-893), Etymologicum Magnum (before 1175), and Tzetzes (twelfth century) are much later sources.
Todavia Isaac Tzetzes, gramatico bizantino del siglo XII, lo vincula con Podalirio, sobreviviente de la Guerra de Troya, asi como con Esculapio y Hercules.
Sin embargo, siempre se subraya la faceta de los ciudadanos cultos que prefieren la aceptacion ascetica del termino, como por ejemplo, Juan Tzetzes quien recalca que "verdadera solo es la filosofia de los ascetas en oposicion a la filosofia de la erudicion".
Tzetzes recycles this in his note on Lycophron 15 (p.