πιστωθεὶς, as Od. 21.218 “ὄφρα μ᾽ ἐῢ γνῶτον πιστωθῆτόν γ᾽ ἐνὶ θυμῷ”, that ye twain may be assured in your minds: but elsewhere “ἐπιστώθην” is said of him who gives the pledge (Eur. I.A. 66 etc.): cp. on 650.
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