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470. The other lyric and elegiac poets show no preference for the simple εἰ. The following cases may be cited: CALL. i. 13 εἰ (but ἤν in 17); TYRT. xii. 35 εἰ φύγῃ (but ἤν xi. 16); SOL. iv. 30 εἰ ? (but ἤν xii. 1, SOL. xiii. 29); THEOG. 121, THEOG. 122 εἰ λελήθῃ . . . ἔχῃ, and 321 εἰ ὀπάσσῃ (but ἤν 93, THEOG. 186, THEOG. 379, THEOG. 697, THEOG. 929, THEOG. 932, THEOG. 1355, THEOG. 1356, THEOG. 1385); all (both εἰ and ἤν) in general conditions. See SIM. AMORG. vii. 15, THEOG. 69, THEOG. 97 (ἤν).

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