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281.Ὡς ἂν σκοποὶ νῦν ᾖτε τῶν εἰρημένων,” “mind now and guard what I have said (i.e. be watchful to do it),” SOPH. Ant. 215 , must be brought under this head (271). In the early stage of the Attic construction of ὅπως with the future, of which only two cases occur in Aeschylus and one in Sophocles (272), ὡς ἂν ᾖτε was here used like ὅπως ἔσεσθε. Compare “ἐπιμελεῖσθαι ὡς ἂν πραχθῇ,Hipp. ix. 2 (see 351).

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