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1035. An attributive adjective is often used in poetry instead of the attributive genitive: βίη Ἡρα_κληείη B 658 the might of Heracles (cp. “a Niobean daughter” Tennyson); rarely in prose: ““ποταμός, εὖρος πλεθριαῖοςa river, a plethron in widthX. A. 4.6.4.

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