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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith) 24 24 Browse Search
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Att. Inschr.2 § 82.3 d). Nominative in Indefinite Predications: HOM. Od. 1.51: nh=sos dendrh/essa, qea\ d' e)n dw/mata nai/ei , A wooded island, and in it a goddess hath her abode. Il. 6.395-6: megalh/toros *)heti/wnos, *)heti/wn o(\s e)/naien . Ibid. 10.437. 547. For the free and frequent use of this nom. in inscriptions, see Msth.2 § 82.3 a-c. CIA. 11.809 c, 154-55 (325/324 B.C.): a)po\ th=s tetrh/rous *)anu/sews, *)antidw/rou e)/rgon, From the quadrireme Anysis, the work of Antidorus. So often in the same inscription. Ibid. 1.179.7 sqq. (433 B.C.): pare/dosan . . . trei=s kai\ de/ka h(me/rai e)selhluqui/as. Nominative in suspense. The nominative is sometimes left in suspense (nominativus pendens, anacoluthon, want of sequence), an equivalent construction being substituted. dial