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In the accompanying text “ἀνά, διά, ἀμφί”, and “ἀντί” are accented as in Attic; that is, they never have their accent retracted even when they are plainly adverbs or follow their case § 166). E. g. A 310, “ἀνά”.

But in 16.772, “ἄμφ̓” is written to avoid ambiguity. And “ἄνα” (cf. Z 331) is written in the sense of “ἀνά-στηθι”, ‘up!’

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