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The aor. σεβισθεὶς only here: “σεβίζειν1007, “σεβίσασαAnt. 943, “σεβίζομαι ῾μιδδ.᾿Aesch. Suppl. 922. In later Gk. the pass. aor. of σεβάζομαι was deponent, as Anth. P. 7. 122αἴ, αἲ Πυθαγόρης τί τόσον κυάμους ἐσεβάσθη;” It appears rash to deny that ἐσεβίσθην could be so used. The deponent use of “ἐσέφθην” is attested only by Plat. Phaedr. 254 Bσεφθεῖσα”, and Hesych. 1. 1456ἐσέφθην: ἐσεβάσθην, ἡσύχασα, ᾐσχύνθην. Σοφοκλῆς Δαιδάλῳ” (fr. 168 Nauck).

ἐκβαλῶ: cp. 631.

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