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  • "[Greek: Anaer ho pheugon kai palin machaesetai]" of some contemporary, if not still older writer?

    Notes and Queries, Number 14, February 2, 1850

  • In Hdt. 5.95 autos men pheugon ekpheugei there is a difference of meaning between the participle and the finite verb - he himself escapes by flight.

    A Grammar of Septuagint Greek

  • The original of the couplet may, however, be traced to much higher authority, even to Demosthenes, who has the following expression: -- {211} '[Greek: Anaer ho pheugon kai palin machaesetai]', of which the lines are almost a literal translation. "

    Notes and Queries, Number 14, February 2, 1850

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