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Historical Research on the Word Sempernaut - Reddit Link
 

"[Greek term,] which [in Latin] is said sempernautae. A specific type of Milesian official. In his Greek Questions, Plutarch says that this was the name for some of the more powerful among the Milesians. Boarding ships, they used to deliberate about the gravest of matters far from land; they then returned after they had reached some decision."
 

"Sempernautae" in this case means "always sailors" or "perpetual sailors." (Semper = always; nauta = sailor; nautae is the plural.) The idea, I suppose, is that these councilors are always deliberating out at sea!"

Book link here

Relevant section from Plutarch is Greek Questions 32 link here.


"A board of magistrates in ancient Miletus was named the ἀειναῦται, according to Plutarch (Mor. 298C) and Hesychius (s.v. ἀειναῦται)."
 

"In the 1572 Thesaurus Linguae Graecae, as well as other early Greek-Latin dictionaries, the Greek roots of the word were translated into the corresponding Latin ones, producing sempernautae."

Wikipedia Link - City of Miletus
Wikipedia Link - Notable Milesian - Anaximander
Wikipedia Link - Notable Anaximander Idea - Apeiron

Apeiron - "The apeiron is central to the cosmological theory created by Anaximander, a 6th-century BC pre-Socratic Greek philosopher whose work is mostly lost. From the few existing fragments, we learn that he believed the beginning or ultimate reality (arche) is eternal and infinite, or boundless (apeiron), subject to neither old age nor decay, which perpetually yields fresh materials from which everything we can perceive is derived. Apeiron generated the opposites (hot–cold, wet–dry, etc.) which acted on the creation of the world (cf. Heraclitus). Everything is generated from apeiron and then it is destroyed by going back to apeiron, according to necessity. He believed that infinite worlds are generated from apeiron and then they are destroyed there again."

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