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[*] 457. In indirect discourse after past tenses we often find an optative in protasis, which merely represents the same tense of the subjunctive or indicative in the direct discourse. See 667, 1; 689; 694. For the occasional omission of ἄν in an apodosis of this kind, see 240-242.
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