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939. The nominative is the case of the subject of a finite verb and of a predicate noun in agreement with the subject. ““Πρόξενος παρῆνProxenus was presentX. A. 1.2.3, Κλέαρχος φυγὰς ἦν Clearchus was an exile 1. 1. 9.

a. On the nominative subject of the infinitive, see 1973; in exclamations, 1288.

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