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252. This is especially important in the matter of sequence. See LYS. 12.3 (249), HDT.4.97(249), and HOM. Il. 5.127-8 (248), where the aorist equals the perfect and naturally takes the sequence of the principal tenses.1

1 A. J. P. iv (1883), 429, note.

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