In this article, I discuss the use and absence of the augment in the 3rd singular forms ἔδωκ(ε)(ν) and δῶκ(ε)(ν) in the Iliad. This article is a continuation of earlier research into the augment in other epic works (Odyssey, Hesiod, the Homeric Hymns and the Epic Cycle) and other verbal roots (such as ἔθηκε / θῆκε and ἔειπε / εἶπε), but as all these works and verbs have their own semantics, I decided to perform individual investigations, the data of which are then compared and contrasted with the data of the entire Homeric works.

The use and absence of the augment in the forms ἔδωκ(ε)(ν) and δῶκ(ε)(ν) in the Iliad, compared and contrasted with the overall data of Iliad and Odyssey.

filip de decker
2022

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In this article, I discuss the use and absence of the augment in the 3rd singular forms ἔδωκ(ε)(ν) and δῶκ(ε)(ν) in the Iliad. This article is a continuation of earlier research into the augment in other epic works (Odyssey, Hesiod, the Homeric Hymns and the Epic Cycle) and other verbal roots (such as ἔθηκε / θῆκε and ἔειπε / εἶπε), but as all these works and verbs have their own semantics, I decided to perform individual investigations, the data of which are then compared and contrasted with the data of the entire Homeric works.
augment, injunctive, Greek verbal syntax, epic Greek, Homer, Iliad, Indo-European verbal system, aorist.
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