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Need translation for this word

I have the word written in latin letters but i know that its in ancient greek.

halepos


Thank you
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North & Hillard Greek Prose Missing Pages

Pages 168, 169, 170 and 171 are missing.

Can I get them somehow on the web?
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Plato Gorgias 461d

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Apology 18c

ou(=toi, w)= a)/ndrej )Aqhnai=oi, tau/thn th\n fh/mhn kataskeda/santej, oi( deinoi/ ei)si/n mou kath/goroi

I do not understand how ei)si/n mou can be placed in-between oi( deinoi/ and kath/goroi. I have looked at commentary and realize that oi( deinoi/ kath/goroi is the predicate, but how can ei)sin be in the attributive position?
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Rosetta Stone?

I just recieved a Greek Rosetta Stone program as a gift, but I'm pretty sure it's modern greek. Should I make the effort to use it and try and learn from it, or should I not even try? How different is Ancient Greek from Modern Greek is my real question, i guess
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help with Thoukydies

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eston

dumb question (keep in mind that I cut my teeth on koine and am just starting to learn classical).

is "eston" the same as "estin"? I've never seen it until today and it appears to be used the same...
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prosecho cum acc. + inf.

I was reading in Matthew chapter 6:1 and saw that Jesus uses an accusative + infinitive in an indirect command after prosecho. I could not find this construction after this verb in Liddell and Scott and was wondering whether anyone had seen it before?
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