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[*] 134. A future optative rarely occurs in a relative clause of purpose after a past tense; as “αἱρεθέντες ἐφ᾽ ᾧτε συγγράψαι νόμους, καθ᾽ οὕστινας πολιτεύσοιντο,” “having been chosen for the purpose of making a code of laws, by which they were to govern.” XEN. Hell. ii. 3, 11. (Here we have an indirect expression of the thought of those who chose the Thirty, of which the direct form is found in XEN. Hell. ii. 3, 2, “ἔδοξε τριάκοντα ἄνδρας ἑλέσθαι, οἳ τοὺς πατρίους νόμους ξυγγράψουσι, καθ᾽ οὓς πολιτεύσουσι” .) See ISAE. ii. 10 (quoted in 130).
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