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σοῦ seems to be an objective gen. with μῦθον, a colloquy with thee (cp. “ἐμὰν λέσχαν”, 167). We find “αἰτῶ τινα, παρά τινος, πρός τινος”, etc., but never the simple gen. “αἰτῶ τινος” (like “δέομαί τινος”).

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