The Origin of The Use of an and Ke In Indefinite Clauses

Classical Quarterly 5 (1-2):72- (1955)
Several explanations have already been put forward to account for the origin of the use of and with the subjunctive in indefinite relative, temporal, and conditional clauses in Greek. Therefore, before I add one more to them, it is necessary for me to give the reasons which there are for thinking that the views already put forward are unsatisfactory, and that a new explanation is required
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