Clemens wrote:1. I'm not too sure what to do with "...ti/ e)ge/neto." Does it mean something like "how did the noise arise"? But I've always thought "ti/" just meant "what"...
2. I'm a bit confused about the genitive plural "tw=n a)ndrw=n". Is it an objective of the verb nikaw? But in this case I would have expected an accusative case...
And also "why," as here, I think.
The genitive modifies the following noun, "race (course)" which is accusative.
Clemens wrote:Ok, so does it mean: "he asked, who he was and why had the noise arisen"?
First, it's a direct quote (even if there are no quote marks), so watch the tense.
Also, the ti/s here isn't "who" but "what", agreeing with qo/rubos, "what's the noise?"
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