Three Notes on Plutarch's Moralia

Classical Quarterly 6 (1-2):87- (1956)
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In C.Q., N.S. iv , 60 Mr. D. A. Russell makes several suggestions on the text of Plutarch's de genio Socratis. In one passage he appears to me to misdirect his suspicions: 583 b: Mr. Russell objects to on the ground that ‘since Lysis is already dead, cannot signify “beforehand”’, and proposes the pluperfect , understanding in this compound to mean ’
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