I came across this: Ζηνὸς ἐριβρεμέτεω
ἐριβρεμέτεω is masc genitive from ἐριβρεμέτης. So, why isn't it ἐριβρεμέτεος? I have the feeling I'm missing something obvious here, but can't figure out what.
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As far as ideological opposition between Nagy and West, I've never read an article by Nagy that I didn't find impressive. Perhaps West deserves the regard that he holds on this forum, but what I've read of him so far (mostly his books on music, and a few articles on Homer) hasn't demonstrated genius to me yet. But by all means, I would love to be corrected ...
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