ἐᾶσθαι, pass., as Tr. 329 “ἡ δ᾽ οὖν ἐάσθω”: Thuc. 1.142 “（ ἐασόμενοι ）”: Eur. I. A. 331 “（ ἐάσομαι ） ”: I. T. 1344 “（ ἐώμενος ） ”: etc. The midd. of “ἐάω” is not classical. πόλιν: so in Ant. 776 “ὅπως μίασμα πᾶσ᾽ ὑπεκφύγῃ πόλις”, it is implied that the whole State may be polluted by an act of the king.
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