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ON GREEK VERSIFICATION IN INSCRIPTIONS. 105

IX.
HIATUS.

Hiatus is on the whole infrequent, and occurs chiefly in epigrams
of unskilful construction in other respects.

I throw out, of course, hiatus in interpolations : ko.1 epycm?, 60 ;
irai ev, lxxvi ; for which see page 46.

The following cases, before former f-words, are due to Homeric
reminiscence :

iv9d8e ol, 86 (Att. iv).

tovto Se ot, 234 (Smyrn. iii).

aOdvaToIt] ol, 768 (Xanth. iv).

2 3

cr[u'] ot, 786 (Halic. ii) ; uncertain.

tKKpira Ipya, liii (Delos ii).
r, c

6Wa ewpyet, LXin (Samos Mac).

c 0

e5 tlSoTK, 183 (Core. Mac).

4

<3 a[va] in 786 is a doubtful conjecture.

The remaining examples I arrange according to their place in the
verse. First those in hexameters :
Foot I.

(Shorts), o'i Se tKapviav, xcvii- 1. 76 (Epid. iii).
1 2 3

(eyui) riixl 'Apio-ToKperri's, lxxvi (Cypriote). •

12 3

(End). xai'p£r£ ol 7raptwr£s, 22 (Att. v).

1 2 3

8i[£]S> a, cxix (Delph. iv—iii).

rjpuii ev£....., xxxvin (Att. iv—ii), if verse.

1? 2?

Foot II.

(Middle), o-ot gri, 48 (Att. iii).

p.epvap.€voi ei/repyeo-tas, lxxvi (Cypriote).

12 3 4

...oil rjpioi, 552a add. (unknown, Mac).

2 3
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