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Pharr: Lesson 16, E-G, #6

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Pharr: Lesson 16, E-G, #6

Postby PeterD » Tue Sep 07, 2004 9:34 pm


Lesson 16, E-G, #6:

The two sons of Atreus, marshallers of the people(s), are entreating Priam, but he will slight them.

[face=SPIonic])Atrei/+da kosmh/tore law=n li/ssesqon Pri/amon, tou\j d' a)tima/sei.[/face]

I am not sure about the second clause.

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Re: Pharr: Lesson 16, E-G, #6

Postby annis » Tue Sep 07, 2004 11:19 pm

PeterD wrote:I am not sure about the second clause.

It looks good to me.

Thank you (William :) ),

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