—this and the following aor. partic. are what are called ‘timeless,’ i.e, they denote merely the act, not time anterior to the verb. This happens only when the leading verb is in aorist. Cf. the constn. with ἔτυχον ἔλαθον, ἔφθασα
17. χρήματά τε κτλ
.—the order is ταξάμενοι αὐτίκα ἀποδοῦναι χ. ὅσα ἔδει καὶ τὸ λοιπὸν φέρειν（χ. ὅσα ἔδει
), and χ. ὅσα ἔδει
is the common object and so is put first. Note the aor. of one
act and the pres. of a system. (It is certainly wrong to make ἀποδοῦναι
depend only on ἔδει
and to render καί also.
This would mean that they were always to pay as much as the indemmty now exacted).