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μή is used with ἁλώσεται because the relative has the force of a consecutive clause; cf. iv. 166. 1.

σύντροφος: specially of congenital diseases; cf. Hippoc. p. 307. 18 νοῦσος ἐκ παιδίου σύντροφος ἔνδημος, and Thuc. ii. 50. For σοφία cf. Eur. Fr. 641 πενία δὲ σοφίαν ἔλαχε διὰ τὸ σύγγενες, Theocr. xxi. 1 πενία, Διόφαντε, μόνα τὰς τέχνας ἐγείρει: αὕτα τῶ μόχθοιο διδάσκαλος.

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