ὦ̣ Κ̣ή̣υξ, ἀλλ’ ἤν με θέλῃς συμφράδμονα θέσθαι,
..]ν.. τελευτήσεις ὅρκια θυγατέρος·
ἀργύρῳ οὐ μόλιβον γὰρ Ἀκόντιον, ἀλλὰ φαεινῷ
ἤλεκτρον χρυσῷ φημί σε μειξέμεναι.
These lines are a prophesy by Apollo to the father of Cydippe. I want these lines to mean something like, "For I say that Acontius will be mingled with you not as lead with silver, but as amber with gleaming gold." However, isn't μειξέμεναι the future active infinitive, and , if the preceding translation is correct, shouldn't σε be in the dative to correspond with ἀργύρῳ and χρυσῷ? If we do take μειξέμεναι as the future active infinitive, I don't understand with what the σε is being mixed.