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[*] 213. When the participle is used with ἄν, each tense represents the corresponding tenses of the indicative or optative with ἄν. The participle with ἄν is not, like the infinitive with ἄν, found chiefly in indirect discourse; but ἄν is more frequently added to an attributive or a circumstantial participle (822) to give it a potential force equivalent to that of the indicative or optative with ἄν. The participle with ἄν is not found in Homer or Pindar.
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