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ἔνοχος εἴη: be liable to (lit. held in). ὅς: see on 1. νομίζειν: as in i. 1. 1. γέγραπτο: stood charged. The aug. omitted, as freq. with the plpf. in prose, apparently for the sake of euphony. ὅ, αὐτόν: for the double acc., see G. 1076; H. 725. Cf. οὐκ αἰτιῶμαι τάδε τὸν θεόν Cyr. vii. 2. 22, τὸ γενόμενον τὸ θεῖον αἰτιᾶσθαι Hell. vii.5.12 εὖ οἰκοῦσι: are prosperous. Cf. ποῖαι δὲ πόλεις νομίμως ἂν οἰκήσειαν; Cyr. viii. 1. 2. In Homer, the meaning of ναιετᾶν, ναίειν is, in like manner, weakened to something like εἶναι. μεγάλης τιμῆς: such as the reward suggested in Plato Apol. 36D. ἄξιος τῇ πόλει: as in i. 1. 1.
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