Date: Wed Oct 30 1996 - 20:29:16 EST
Smyth notes that a relative in the nominative or dative is *very rarely
attracted* and cites Thucydides 7.67 as an example of the former. It wouldn't
surprise me to find a few more if we could do an efficient search on the
TLG. A Thucydidian passage carries a great deal of weight.
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