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[*] 5. Nominative in titles, inscriptions, etc. The nominative is used as in English, not only as the subject of the verb, but in titles, inscriptions, and the like, which imply action or character. “Νεφέλαι”, Clouds; “Σφῆκες”, Wasps; “Εἰρήνη”, Peace; “Βάτραχοι”, Frogs; “Πλοῦτος”, Plutus, etc. “Καλλιστὼ Νικοφίλου Ἀγγελῆθεν”, CIA. II, 1682. “Προκλείδης Φιλοκλέους Ἀγγελῆθεν”, CIA. II, 1686. CIA. II, 1689. 1690. 1691. 1692. etc.
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