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995. Very common are introductory relative clauses forming a nominative predicate of the sentence that follows: ““ δὲ πάντων δεινότατονbut what is most terrible of allL. 30.29. ἐστί is regularly omitted (944). Such relative clauses are followed by an independent sentence, a clause with ὅτι, by ὅτε γάρ, ὅταν, ὅταν γάρ, <*>. Similarly ““τὸ δ᾽ ἔσχατον πάντων, ὅτιbut what is worst of allP. Ph. 66d, etc.

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