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τῆσδε κοίτης. Though the compound “ἐμπελάζειν” elsewhere (as in 748) takes a dat., it can also take a gen., like the simple verb ( Ph.1327πελασθεὶς φύλακος”). So a gen., instead of the more usual dat., stands with “συντυχών” ( Ph.320), “ἐντυχών” (ib. 1333), “ὑπαντήσας” (ib. 719).


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