τις placed before its noun: 1163: Ph. 519. ὀπτὴρ, a scout; cp. Od. 14. 261“ὀπτῆρας δὲ κατὰ σκοπιὰς ὤτρυνα νέεσθαι”: Aesch. Theb. 36“σκοποὺς δὲ κἀγὼ καὶ κατοπτῆρας στρατοῦ ι ἔπεμψα”. In Suppl. 185, however, “ὀπτῆρες” are ‘eye-witnesses,’—the usual sense of the word in Attic prose.
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