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448. Adherescent a)/n.

Carefully to be distinguished from these semi-quotations are those instances in which the “ἄν” adheres to the leading particle and yet the subjunctive is changed into the optative. This is really anacoluthic and does not count.

τούτους δὲ ἐπιμελεῖσθαι τῆς πόλεως, ἕως ἂν” (del. Dobr.; “αὖ” W.) “οἱ νόμοι τεθεῖεν”, ANDOC.1.81; These were to take charge of the citizens until the laws should be made. (If “ἄν” goes with “τεθεῖεν”: until such time as in all likelihood the laws would be made.

ANDOC.1.81(see above).

AR. Eq. 1056: “καί κε γυνὴ φέροι ἄχθος, ἐπεί κεν ἀνὴρ ἀναθείη”.

Examples will be given under the different categories.

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