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ἀποκαθ-εστάθην [α^]: also aor. 2 Act. -κατέστην:— be restored, Arist. Cat.9b25, al.; “τῷ θεῷSIG459.7 (Beroea, iii B.C.); return from captivity, Vett. Val.68.24; μέχρι τοῦ τὰ πράγματ᾽ ἀποκαταστῆναι till affairs are settled, Wilcken Chr.10 (ii B.C.); . εἰς τὴν ἐξ ἀρχῆς κατάστασιν return, settle down into . ., Plb.25.1.1, cf. 2.41.14, Porph.Antr.34; of planets, complete a revolution, Cleom. 2.7, al.; of the periodic return of the cosmic cycle, Stoic.2.190; of stars, return to their place in the heavens, Mete.112.21; of a revolving figure, return to the original situation, Archim.Con. Praef.; of sicknesses, subside, Hp.Aph.6.49; . εἴς τι turn out so and so, Thphr.HP4.14.5; of sediment, settle, Dsc.5.89; of a spring, recoil, Ph.Bel.70.46, cf. 71.2.
2. to be detached from the mainland, of an island, Anon. Vat.40.
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