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πνύξ , gen. πυκνός (v. infr.), ,
A.the Pnyx, at Athens, where the ἐκκλησίαι were held, Ar.Eq.165,751, al.; ἐν πυκνὶ τῇ ἐκκλησίᾳ Docum. ap.D.18.55.—The Att. forms are gen. πυκνός, IG12.882, Ar.Eq.165, Pl.Criti.112a; dat. “πυκνίAr.Ec.243, Aeschin.1.81; acc. “πύκναTh.8.97 (πνύκα cod. Vat.), Ar.Th.658, Pl.l.c.; later “πνυκίPlu.Them.19, Luc.Anach.17, JTr.11. (Perh. cogn. with πυκνός; cf. πυκναία.
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