δέ (the following combinations are to be found elsewhere: “” v. “μέν. τεδέ” v. “” v. “” v. “” v. “” v. also “” v. also “” v. “” v. “ἄρα”. Since “δέ” is normallv used in a purely connective capacity, a decision between progressive and adversative “δέ” must often be arbitrary.)
a. opposing one sentence to what precedes (*, = following negative sentence) “O. 2.41O. 2.43O. 2.87O. 6.31O. 7.32O. 8.77O. 9.41O. 13.47” *P. 1.91P. 2.34, P. 2.88P. 2.93P. 2.96 ““”” P. 4.38P. 4.96P. 4.269P. 4.287P. 4.291P. 8.29P. 11.55P. 10.67N. 3.74N. 3.80N. 6.2” *N. 7.6N. 7.55Pae. 2.56” fr. 121. 4. “” fr. 135. “O. 1.30O. 1.33” (v. l. “τ̓”) O. 2.10O. 2.18O. 2.23” *O. 2.33” *O. 6.11O. 8.25O. 8.91O. 10.39P. 1.84P. 1.99P. 2.52” *P. 2.90P. 3.86P. 3.115P. 4.145” *P. 5.54” *P. 6.14P. 8.15P. 8.76P. 9.77P. 9.11P. 10.29P. 11.54N. 4.39N. 4.91N. 7.31N. 11.22N. 11.47I. 1.60I. 3.17I. 7.43Pae. 2.29” fr. 180. 3. “O. 2.61O. 5.23O. 6.9O. 8.12O. 8.53O. 8.60O. 8.62P. 2.62P. 2.81 ““”” P. 4.158P. 4.213P. 10.22” *N. 3.42N. 6.57N. 10.29N. 11.37” *I. 4.29I. 8.15Pae. 4.34” fr. 110. “σφετέραν” “δ̓αἰνεῖ” fr. 215. 3. “O. 1.46O. 1.64, O. 1.108O. 2.68O. 3.42P. 1.13P. 3.63, P. 3.80, P. 3.103, P. 9.50” *P. 10.28P. 10.61P. 12.28, N. 3.19N. 3.41N. 5.19, N. 5.50I. 1.50I. 1.67O. 1.52O. 10.93O. 10.97, O. 13.49O. 13.93, P. 2.52P. 3.84P. 8.61P. 10.48N. 1.33N. 4.41N. 7.20N. 8.38” *N. 8.46I. 1.32I. 1.52I. 5.17I. 6.56I. 7.49” 7B. 21. “O. 6.52O. 13.92 ““”” P. 4.41P. 4.101P. 7.18P. 8.48 ““”” P. 8.51P. 8.76 P. 10.63” fr. 107a. 6 “” fr. 169. 26. “O. 1.99O. 2.15” *O. 12.9P. 1.95P. 2.73” *P. 3.62P. 5.72, P. 8.32P. 8.88N. 6.55 N. 7.102N. 9.24N. 11.43, I. 5.19I. 7.39O. 2.85”. O. 6.98O. 7.24O. 7.94P. 2.84P. 3.96P. 8.92N. 7.6I. 5.53” fr. 133. 5. “” *N. 10.90O. 5.15O. 10.9O. 12.17P. 3.103N. 1.54I. 1.39, I. 4.18” fr. 203. 2.
b. opposing one part of a sentence to the preceding negative part. “P. 4.297P. 6.49N. 10.74
2. progressive, connective.
a. connecting sentences. “O. 1.23O. 1.35O. 1.59O. 1.88O. 1.103O. 2.22O. 2.26O. 4.25O. 5.9O. 6.3O. 6.61O. 6.64O. 6.72O. 6.93O. 7.48O. 7.61O. 7.64O. 7.68O. 7.76O. 8.8O. 8.19O. 8.79O. 9.16O. 10.76O. 10.84O. 10.95O. 11.2O. 13.9” (v. l. “τε”) O. 13.29O. 13.48O. 13.67P. 1.6P. 1.52P. 1.62P. 1.65P. 2.25P. 3.44P. 4.11P. 4.57P. 4.73P. 4.95 ““”” P. 4.158 ““”” P. 4.163P. 4.178P. 4.229P. 5.89P. 7.13” *P. 8.38P. 8.57P. 9.9P. 9.35N. 2.10N. 3.10N. 3.23N. 3.29N. 3.52N. 3.56N. 3.75N. 4.11N. 5.46N. 5.49N. 6.48N. 7.5N. 7.31N. 7.64N. 7.68N. 7.96N. 8.7N. 8.40N. 8.48N. 9.6N. 10.20N. 10.25N. 10.37N. 10.55I. 1.22I. 4.31I. 5.11I. 5.27I. 5.44I. 5.62I. 7.23I. 7.37” *I. 8.7I. 8.15I. 8.31I. 8.41Pae. 6.58” 7B. 15. “” 7B. 49. “Pae. 8.82” 8A. 23. “Pae. 16.5 λέγοντι δὲ Δ. 1. 15. τρέχετο δὲ” fr. 74. “” fr. 131b. 3. “” fr. 150. “” fr. 169. 20. “” fr. 227. 2. “” *O. 1.56O. 2.72O. 3.4O. 4.4O. 4.25O. 6.47O. 7.38O. 8.48O. 8.70O. 9.46” (“δ̓” del. Schr.) O. 9.53O. 9.82O. 9.91O. 9.106O. 10.78O. 12.10O. 13.35P. 1.12P. 1.19P. 1.28P. 1.42P. 1.59P. 2.13P. 2.21P. 2.35P. 2.65P. 3.29P. 3.34P. 3.43P. 3.95P. 4.79P. 4.119P. 4.244P. 4.248P. 4.287P. 5.12P. 6.47P. 8.78 ““”” P. 9.32P. 9.68P. 9.76P. 10.2N. 1.7N. 1.8N. 2.16N. 3.6N. 3.36N. 3.47N. 3.67N. 4.6N. 4.35N. 4.73N. 4.83N. 5.40N. 7.14N. 7.20N. 7.23N. 7.54N. 7.80N. 7.82N. 7.100N. 8.42N. 9.14N. 9.22N. 9.37N. 9.48N. 10.43N. 10.49 ““”” N. 10.78N. 10.79N. 11.7N. 11.11N. 11.46I. 5.28I. 6.66I. 6.72I. 8.46” fr. 5. “Παιὰν δὲ Πα. 2. 36, 72, 108. κείνοις δ᾽ Pae. 2.68Pae. 4.39Pae. 6.12Pae. 6.81Pae. 6.117Pae. 6.134Pae. 14.39 Ὀλυμ]πόθεν δέ Δ. 4. 37. πέτραι δ̓ Δ. 4. 41. ἁνδρὸς δ̓ Παρθ. 2. 36. ἀσκὸς δ̓” fr. 104b. 4. “” fr. 111. 2. “ὀδμὰ δ᾽ Θρ. 7. 8. πυρὶ δ̓” fr. 168. 3. “O. 6.15O. 6.21O. 6.32O. 6.57O. 6.96O. 6.100O. 6.105O. 7.25O. 8.13O. 8.84O. 8.85O. 9.11O. 9.28O. 9.86O. 10.51O. 11.7O. 13.13O. 13.32P. 1.7P. 1.33P. 1.86P. 1.89P. 3.36P. 3.58P. 4.104 ““”” P. 4.115 ““”” P. 4.143” (“δ̓” del. Boeckh) P. 4.179P. 4.226P. 4.227P. 5.98P. 6.82P. 7.18P. 8.81P. 9.67P. 9.109P. 11.6P. 11.28” (om. Tricl.) P. 11.54N. 1.11N. 2.25N. 3.12” *N. 3.17N. 3.31N. 3.40N. 3.43N. 3.82N. 7.23N. 7.63N. 8.4N. 8.25N. 8.27N. 8.45” *N. 9.7N. 9.15N. 9.51N. 10.32N. 10.63 ““”” N. 10.80N. 11.48I. 6.22I. 6.50I. 7.17” fr. 61. 5. “σειρῆνα δὲ Παρθ. 2. 13. πιοστὰ δ᾽ Παρθ. 2. 38. ἀκλεὴς δ̓” (om. codd.: supp. Boeckh) fr. 105b. 3. “O. 2.56, O. 6.77, O. 8.54O. 9.89O. 11.2, O. 13.105, P. 3.110N. 2.17N. 4.13, N. 7.11, N. 7.86, N. 7.89, I. 1.41, I. 5.22N. 4.91I. 9.6Pae. 2.31” (Boeckh: “” codd.) fr. 133. 1. “O. 1.100O. 5.7O. 13.14P. 2.57P. 4.275P. 5.14N. 1.26N. 3.11N. 5.41I. 6.16I. 7.31Pae. 3.13Pae. 4.52O. 7.10O. 13.101 O. 13.106” “δὲP. 1.8P. 4.133P. 4.277P. 9.38” P.9.107. ““ταὶδ̓”” P. 9.62N. 9.42N. 10.66, I. 8.45” fr. 130. 6. “O. 1.93, O. 2.51O. 7.30O. 10.55P. 1.35P. 1.99P. 2.40 P. 3.108P. 3.114P. 4.184P. 5.60P. 5.85P. 9.78P. 10.19N. 4.2N. 7.67I. 7.47Pae. 1.9Pae. 2.66Pae. 4.32O. 7.5, O. 7.43O. 9.44O. 13.22, O. 13.40P. 1.51P. 2.41P. 2.46 ““”” P. 4.88P. 4.188P. 4.221P. 4.291P. 9.115P. 10.71N. 10.44” fr. 33d. 7, fr. 119. 1. “” fr. 122. 9. “” fr. 123. 6. “O. 2.35O. 5.16O. 7.11O. 7.74O. 10.87O. 13.104P. 1.56P. 1.99P. 3.36P. 4.83P. 4.133P. 4.156P. 4.171P. 5.96P. 8.93 ““”” P. 9.55P. 9.117P. 10.51N. 1.22N. 7.10” fr. 74. “” fr. 119. 2. “” fr. 169. 24.
b. in enumeration, narration, simm. “” — O. 1.73—8. “” —. O. 7.52—8. “” — O. 8.37—41. “” — O. 9.61—9. “τὰ δὲ —. σύνδικος δ᾽ —. τὸ δὲ —. πολλοὶ δὲ —. ἄνευ δὲ” — O. 9.94—103. “” — O. 10.15—30. “” — O. 13.72—87. ““” —” P. 4.25—34. “” — P. 4.135—6. “” — P. 4.191—207. “” — P. 4.233—43. “” — P. 6.33—8. “” — P. 8.13—24. “” — P. 10.37—45. “” — N. 1.19—25. “” — N. 1.51—61. “” — N. 4.49—66. “πρόφρων δὲ —. ἐν δὲ —. αἱ δὲ —. ψεύσταν δὲ —. τὸ δ᾽ —. τοῖο δ̓ —. εὐθὺς δ̓ —. δ̓” — N. 5.22—34. “” — N. 7.36—44. “” —. N. 8.20—2. “” — (Heyne: “τ̓” codd.) “” — N. 10.12—3. “” — N. 10.71—3. “” — I. 3.4—13. “” — I. 6.31—3. “ἐν δὲ —, ἄγγελλε δὲ —. νῦν δ̓αὖΠα. 2. 75—80. νέφεσσι δ᾽ —. περὶ δ̓ —. ἐπεὶ δ̓Πα. 6. 92—8. ἔλαμψαν δ̓ —. τελέσαι δ̓ —. ἐφθέγξαντο δ̓Πα. 12. 14—9. ῥίμφα δ̓ —. δὲ —. ἐμὲ δ̓” — N. 2.19—23. “τιμαὶ δὲ —. παντὶ δ᾽ —. δὲ —. φιλέων δ̓Παρθ. 1. 7—11. πολλὰ δ̓ —. τέλος δ̓ —. αἰὼν δὲ” — fr. 111. 2—5. “” — fr. 234. 2. connecting imperatives. “” — “” (Wil.: “φέρειν” codd.) N. 5.51—4.
c. connecting subordinate clauses. “O. 1.22O. 7.5” (Hermann: “τε” codd.) O. 9.31” *P. 1.45P. 3.39P. 3.92P. 4.218P. 4.264N. 5.7N. 10.86I. 1.68I. 7.14” fr. 33c. 5. “” fr. 124. 6.
d. connecting parts of sentences. “O. 2.62O. 8.7O. 8.58O. 9.88O. 12.6” (v. 1. “τε”) O. 13.3O. 13.40P. 4.172P. 4.282P. 9.23 ““” “καλεῖν”” P. 9.65N. 3.49N. 6.20N. 8.37N. 8.39I. 4.53I. 5.18I. 6.61”（“οῖ”), “Νεμ<έ>α<ι δ> δυ[οῖν” (supp. Lobel e “Σ”.) fr. 6a. h. “” 4. 37, similarly, connecting subordinate infinitives, O. 13.80, N. 7.46, N. 9.31” fr. 108b. 3. irregularly coordinating: “I. 4.65
e. in anaphora. “O. 2.62” (Hermann: “τε” codd.) O. 9.32O. 10.28O. 11.2O. 13.22P. 4.71P. 8.8P. 9.108 cf. “P. 9.123—5. “N. 3.65 — “I. 7.32I. 8.15I. 9.1 ““Pae. 4.51 cf. “Πα. 4. 23. ἐν δὲ —. ἐν δὲ —. ἐν δ᾽ Δ.” 2. 10—15.
f. introducing parenthesis. “O. 8.28” “O. 10.66P. 2.17P. 3.11 ““”” P. 4.23P. 10.45” (Tricl.: “γε” codd.) P. 12.30N. 2.23N. 3.78N. 7.34I. 1.49I. 4.48
g.
a. introducing question. “”; O. 1.82”; O. 6.4”; P. 2.78”; P. 4.71”; P. 8.95 ““”” P. 9.33 ““”;” P. 9.43Pae. 9.13
II. following questions. “O. 13.22 ““”” P. 9.35P. 11.25
III. in questions, varied with asyndeton. “”; O. 2.2 cf. “P. 3.71
h. where “δέ” replaces an expected “” (“”) O. 4.22” (“”) O. 13.60P. 1.32P. 3.21N. 6.50N. 10.2N. 11.19 The “Σ” also comment “”: O. 2.58, O. 6.3, P. 3.12, but “δέ” often contains a notion of explanation.
i. introducing an appositive phrase. “” “O. 9.68
3. apodotic. “” (v. 1. “γε”) O. 3.43 [“δ̓” codd.: del. Er. Schmid sec. “Σ.P. 11.56]
4. where “δέ” does not occupy second position in the sentence.
I. following a vocative. “O. 1.36O. 6.12O. 6.103O. 8.15P. 1.67P. 4.59P. 5.45P. 8.67P. 10.10P. 11.41N. 1.29N. 2.14N. 7.58N. 7.95N. 8.44I. 3.4
II. following a prep. “O. 1.67” (“ἐπ̓” om. codd.: supp. byz.: alia alii) O. 1.113O. 6.28O. 6.50O. 10.69O. 11.10O. 13.66P. 4.17P. 4.127P. 4.17b. “P. 4.197P. 4.303P. 4.211P. 4.228P. 8.86N. 1.52N. 6.1N. 6.24N. 9.44N. 11.17N. 11.39I. 2.18I. 4.72I. 5.21I. 8.6 ““”” *I. 8.44I. 9.1” fr. 33b. “” fr. 38. “Pae. 6.90
III. following article with adj., part., prep., simm. “O. 1.81O. 1.97O. 3.44O. 8.59” “ἀμπλακίαιP. 2.30P. 2.56P. 2.86P. 5.55N. 4.33” (“τε” coni. Schr.) N. 4.59” *N. 7.104I. 1.40I. 1.58I. 4.19I. 6.63I. 7.43” fr. 43. 4. “” fr. 156. “” fr. 190.
IV. following two emphatically connected words. “” (post “μάλα” distinxerunt codd.: corr. Bergk) O. 2.27” (post “αὐτοῦ” distinxerunt codd.: corr. Heyne: “δ̓” del. Bergk) P. 6.38” (byz.: “” codd.) P. 6.43 <“”> (supp. Blass e Plutarcho) “Πα. 4. 53. νηλεεῖ νοῷ δ̓” fr. 177e.
V. for metrical convenience? “” (“δ̓” supp. Mosch.: om. codd.) O. 10.99
5. beginning fragments, where its value is obscure. fr. 2. 1, fr. 6. a. d, fr. 33a. 3, fr. 44, “Πα. 2. 37, 50, Πα.” 7B. 14, “Πα. 12. 5, Πα.” 13a. 18, “Πα.” 13c. 5, “Πα. 14. 31, 38, Πα. 15. 9, Πα. 20. 10, Πα. 21. 16, Πα.” 21. 21, fr. 60a. 3, fr. 81, “Δ. 4. 18, Δ.” 4. 46, fr. 74, fr. 108a. 1, b. 1, fr. 110, fr. 121, fr. 124c, fr. 177f, fr. 179, fr. 185, fr. 215. 2, fr. 215b. 4, fr. 219, 227, 233, 236, 237, 260. 2, 5, “Θρ. 4. 2, Θρ.” 6. 7, fr. 131a, fr. 135, fr. 153, fr. 166. 1, fr. 169. 49, fr. 177c.
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