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ἐπισυν-ίστημι (also ἐπισυν-ιστάω J. AJ14.1.3),
A.cause to coagulate afterwards, γάλα Sch.Nic.Al.373.
2. band together, τινὰς κατά τινος J.l.c. ; “ φθορὰ . πλείους τισίId.BJ2.3.4 ; simply, incite to conspiracy against,τινὶ τὸν υἱόνStr.13.4.2.
II. Pass. with fut. “-στήσομαιS.E.M.11.119, and aor. 2 and pf. Act.:—to be collected, gather upon, c. dat., Placit.3.5.10, cf. Prm.p.645 S.
3. come into being afterwards, ib. 3.85 : c. dat., “μεθέξεσινDam.Pr.349 ; to be made up of,ἐκ προτέρων τινῶνIamb.Comm.Math.10.
4. conspire against, attack or resist jointly,τινίSatyr.Vit.Eur.Fr.39x23, SIG663.23 (Delos, iii/ii B. C.), Parth.35.2, Socr.Ep.15.1, cf.Str.7Fr.18 : abs.,Plu.2.227a ; “πρὸς τὴν τιμωρίαν τινόςD.C.60.21.
b. combine to oppose,εἰ δ᾽ ἄν τις -συνίστατοι ταῖς ἐσδόσεσι τῶν ἔργωνIG5(2).6.15 (Tegea, iv B. C.).
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    • Flavius Josephus, Jewish Antiquities, 14.1.3
    • Strabo, Geography, 7
    • Strabo, Geography, 13.4.2
    • Cassius Dio, Historia Romana, 60.21
    • Parthenius, Narrationes Amatoriae, 35.2
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