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The note in Pharr about line 301 led me to believe that ἀέκοντος ἐμεῖο is a genitive absolute. However there is no participle, just an adjective and a pronoun. Do we have to assume the participle, maybe ἔοντος, or does a genitive absolute not always get a participle?[face=Arial][/face]