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59. ei)pe/, fe/re, a)/ge, etc., used in addressing more than one.

εἰπέ”, say, is often used in fervid or familiar address when several are spoken to; the eye of the speaker shifts. Compare also the interjectional use of “φέρε, ἄγε”, with a plural verb.

βούλεσθ̓, εἰπέ μοι, περιιόντες αὑτῶν πυνθάνεσθαι, λέγεταί τι καινόν”; DEM.4.10(and similarly elsewhere).

DEM.4.10(see above). 20.21: “ὅρα δ᾽ οὑτωσί” (addressed to the judges). 25.73: “φέρε δὴ πρὸς θεῶν κἀκεῖνο σκέψασθε”, and sim. “φέρε” elsewhere in DEM. and other orators.

PLATO, Theaet. 151E:ἀλλὰ φέρε δὴ αὐτὸ κοινῇ σκεψώμεθα”, and similarly elsewhere. Prot. 311 D:εἰπέ μοι, Σώκρατές τε καὶ Ἱππόκρατες”, and similarly elsewhere

XEN. Apol. 14:ἄγε δὴ ἀκούσατε καὶ ἄλλα” , and similarly elsewhere.

HDT.1.97:φέρε στήσωμεν”, but 4.127: “φέρετε . . . πειρᾶσθε”.

AR. Ach. 319:εἰπέ μοι, τί φειδόμεσθα τῶν λίθων, δημόται;” and similarly elsewhere. Pax, 1115:ἄγε δή, θεαταί, δεῦρο συσπλαγχνεύετε” , similarly elsewhere. Ran. 1417:φέρε, πύθεσθέ μου ταδί” , similarly elsewhere.

EUR. Cycl. 590-1: “ἄγε δή, Διονύσου παῖδες” . . . | “ἔνδον μὲν ἁνήρ”.

SOPH. Tr. 1255:ἄγ᾽ ἐγκονεῖτ᾽, αἴρεσθε”.

AESCHYL. Pers. 140 sqq.: “ἀλλ᾽ ἄγε, Πέρσαι . . . θώμεθα”, et sim. alib.; but Cho. 803-4: “ἄγετε” . . . | “λύσασθ”(“ε”).

PIND. P. 1.60: “ἄγ᾽ . . . ἐξεύρωμεν”.

HOM. Od. 2.212=4.669:ἀλλ᾽ ἄγε μοι δότε” , similarly elsewhere; but 22.252:ἄγεθ᾽ . . . ἀκοντίσατ᾽” , similarly elsewhere.

Il. 2.331:ἀλλ᾽ ἄγε μίμνετε” , similarly elsewhere.

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