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ἐνώπ-ιος , ον, (ὤψ)
A.facing, to the front,πρό τ᾽ ἐνώπιαAlc.Supp.4.17; “ἐνώπιος ἐνωπίῳ λαλεῖνface to face, LXXEx.33.11; ἄρτοι . shewbread, ib.25.29(30); διαστολῶν γεγονυιῶν ὑμῖν καὶ ἐνοπίοις (sic) καὶ διὰ γραμμάτων in person, UPZ110.36(ii B. C.), cf. Sammelb.3925.6(ii B. C.).
II. neut. ἐνώπιον as Adv., face to face, Theoc.22.152; in person, IG12(5).1061.10 (Carthaea), PTeb.14.13 (ii B. C.): as Prep. c. gen., Aeschin. 3.43 codd., PCair.Zen.73.14 (iii B. C.), PGrenf.1.38.11 (ii/i B. C.), Ep.Rom.12.17, Ep.Gal.1.20, Hermog.Inv.1.1; “. θεῶνSIG2843.7 (Delph., ii A. D.). Regul. Adv. “-ίωςSuid.
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    • Aeschines, Against Ctesiphon, 43
    • New Testament, Romans, 12.17
    • New Testament, Galatians, 1.20
    • Old Testament, Exodus, 33.11
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