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469. Pindar has only eight cases of the subjunctive in protasis. These all have general suppositions and all have the simple εἰ;1 as πολλοὶ δὲ μέμνανται, καλὸν εἴ τι ποναθῇ, but many remember it if a noble work is done, Ol. vi. 11.

1 Jour. Phil. iii. p. 443. The examples are Ol. vi. 11; Pyth. iv. 266, 273 (perhaps also 263); Nem. vii. 11, Nem. ix. 46; Isth. iii. 58, Nem. iv. 12; Frag. 171 (Böckh), 5. The references to the other poets in 470 and 471 do not profess to be complete.

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