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ἡμίσεως -- ῥηθέν. See on 601 E. ἡμίσεως or ἡμισέως, in whichever way accented, is surely a full adverb, and not “the genitive used adverbially” (J. and C.) like ὀλίγου, πολλοῦ, etc., although there is good authority for the genitive in -εως from ἥμισυς (see Lobeck Phryn. p. 247). Stephanus preferred ἡμισέως: but the adverb follows the accent of the genitive plural (ἡμίσεων), and ἡμίσεως: ἐπίρρημα. Πλάτων Πολιτείας ἕκτῳ (Antiatt. in Bekk. Anecd. 98. 30)—a note which certainly refers to this passage: see Introd. § 4—supports the MS accentuation (Schneider). Liebhold's conjecture ἐπὶ μιμήσεως needs no refutation.

ἐπίσταται. See on ἐμπειρότατον in D below.

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