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I have a hand-written document from 1891 with a phrase in Ancient Greek. It is written in all capitals, with diacritical marks I am unable to type. As best I can type it, it looks like this:
Ἡ ΔίΚΗ ΧΕΙΡΟΙ ΤΗΣ ˒AΔΙΚΙΗΣ except the iota at the end of the third word and the eta in the fourth word both have a mark over them that looks like a sideways parenthesis.
Can anyone help? Thanks!
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ἡ δίκη χειροῖ τῆς ἀδικίης.
Justice overcomes injustice (?)
I will babble until I talk. ετι λαλαγω...
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