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1375. With verbs of judicial action the genitive denotes the crime, the accusative denotes the person accused.

““αἰτιᾶσθαι ἀλλήλους τοῦ γεγενημένουto accuse one another of what had happenedX. Ages. 1.33, ““διώκω μὲν κακηγορία_ς, τῇ δ᾽ αὐτῇ ψήφῳ φόνου φεύγωI bring an accusation for defamation and at the same trial am prosecuted for murderL. 11.12, ““ἐμὲ Μέλητος ἀσεβεία_ς ἐγράψατοMeletus prosecuted me for impietyP. Euth. 5c, ““δώρων ἐκρίθησανthey were tried for briberyL. 27.3. On verbs of accusing and condemning compounded with κατά, see 1385.

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