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1365. ἀκούειν, κλύειν, πυνθάνεσθαίτινος may mean to hear about, hear of: ““εἰ δέ κε τεθνηῶτος ἀκούσῃςbut if you hear that he is deadα 289, ““κλύων σοῦhearing about theeS. O. C. 307, ““ὡς ἐπύθοντο τῆς Πύλου κατειλημμένηςwhen they heard of the capture of PylosT. 4.6. For the participle (not in indirect discourse) see 2112 a. περί is often used with the genitive without the participle.

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