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22. Vocative postpositive:

DEM. more than a thousand times, as in 18.5. 21.1. 23.1. 30.1.

AESCHIN.1.122:αὕτη μέν ἐστιν, Τίμαρχε, ἀνδρὸς ἀγαθοῦ . . . ἀπολογία” , and so in the other orators.

PLATO, Conv. 173D. 212 B. Gorg. 518 E. Phileb. 11 A (s1).

XEN. An. 1.6.6 (s). 7. 8. 9.

THUC. Postposition is the rule for Thuc. as in 1.75.1. 1.76.1.

HDT.1.9 (s). 11 (s).

AR. Ach. 1099 (s). 1136. Nub. 794.

EUR. Hel. 744.

SOPH. Ant. 11 (s). 49.

AESCHYL. P. V. 144 (s). 307 (s). 319 (s). 635 (s).

HOM. Od. 1.1 (s).

Il. 1.26 (s). 131 (s). 158.

1 In this section and the following, “” is used in all those passages which are not followed by an s = sine, without.

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