Papers of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens — 4.1885-1886

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ON GREEK VERSIFICATION IN INSCRIPTIONS.

on p. 74. Kaibel's reading irputp[r;] 'KTeTavva-Tac in 96 has no

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adequate foundation: see p. 128, note.

Of course we do not count instances of omitted augment, nor those

like eyu> Kavrjv (1136); not even when the i- is written by mistake,

as in irapoi iKTeptcrav, pent., 183, o-ui/mxtl indvutv, 26.
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XIV.
N MOVABLE.

1. Of v movable as employed or omitted according to ordinary poetic
custom, to avoid hiatus or to make or avoid position (wAecrti/ "kp-qi,
180 ; 7racrtv /xaKapicrro?. 26 ; 6rjKC toS avr , 2 ; irekecrae Tpotfxav, 740),

no record has been kept. Violations of these usages occur as follows :

Wroigly written.

[dve6rj]K€v Aids, 738 (Att. vi).

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aviO-qKcv KaAAcwos, cxli (Delos, unknown).
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iwlOijKev 6av6(v)roi(y), 9 (Att. vi).

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eiTrev &i\k]o.iov, lxxxi (Didym. vi).

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eaTrjO-ev roSe (unless eoTjjcrei/ ToBSe), LVm (Amorg. iv).

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(j>povTL<nv Oa-qrov, pent., 189 (Melos iii).
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Wrongly omitted.

rjpuxTL cj>i\.Tpu>v, pent., 189 (Melos iii).
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e8i]K£ rav up.6\eKTpov, same.1

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av£6r]K(. 'A$avaia[i], ci (Lac. vi-v).

In the last example the omission of the v is doubtless due to dialectic
influence.2

1 Boeckh guessed e07)Kf[i> i]ai>, Kaibel e$rji<e [/xe] -rav.

2 See G. Meyer, Griech. Gramm.? p. 298.
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