It appears that the Homeric board has been a tad quiet of late. Time to rouse it up!
In Lesson 15, trans. (G-E), #3, we have the following clause:
[face=SPIonic]to\n ga\r basileu\j )Atrei/dhj e)xo/lwsen[/face] (for the king, son of Atreus, enraged him)
Does not the verb in the clause take a dative object? If so, should it not be [face=SPIonic]tw|=[/face] instead of [face=SPIonic]to/n[/face]?
P.S. How is the diaeresis represented in SPIonic?
Fanatical ranting is not just fine because it's eloquent. What if I ranted for the extermination of a people in an eloquent manner, would that make it fine? Rather, ranting, be it fanatical or otherwise, is fine if what is said is true and just. ---PeterD, in reply to IreneY and Annis