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[*] 456. Omission of a)/n in subjunctive dependent clauses. Subjunctive dependent clauses, outside of the pure final sentence, regularly take “ἄν” except in the older language. The omission of “ἄν” is sometimes due to clerical error, sometimes perhaps to a sense of euphony, sometimes to a survival of the older construction. See Final, Temporal, Conditional, and Relative Sentences.
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