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ἐπαρκούντως occurs nowhere else in classical Greek: though, as Dindorf notes, it is cited by the grammarian Joannes Philoponus (7th cent. A.D. ) in his “τονικὰ παραγγέλματα”, p. 39. 17. But the corresponding sense of “ἐπαρκεῖν”, though rare, is well-attested: Solon fr. 5, 1τόσον κράτος, ὅσσον ἐπαρκεῖ” . It seems unnecessary, then, to read “ἀπαρκούντως”.

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