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- Textkit Neophyte
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I'm not sure if θύω carries an augment in the past perfect ...I'm guessing it does but I wondered if someone could confirm that.
In otherwords: Is it ἐτεθύκη or no augment so just τεθύκη ??
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For Classical Greek it would have the augment, so ἐτεθύκη.