Ἀθηναίης: “Ἀθηναίη” is to “Ἀθήνη” as “ἀναγκαίη” and “γαῖα” to “ἀνάγκη” and “γῆ”. In early Att. inscriptions, the name appears as “Ἀθηναία”, from which the later forms “Ἀθηνάα” and “Ἀθηνᾶ” are derived.βεβήκειν: had set out, was gone; plpf. t<*>ark her immediate departure. For the “ν” of the ending, see §§ 13 n, 26 e.
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