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τοῦτο, adject., but without art. (cp. 1177), an epic use sometimes allowed by the Attic poets, and not rare in Sophocles.

ἀκήρατον: Chrysippus ap. Plut. Stoic. repugn. 22 commends Hesiod for enjoining on men that they should respect the purity of rivers and springs, since thence the gods were served (Hes. Opp. 755).

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    • Hesiod, Works and Days, 755
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