From: Iver Larsen (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Nov 30 2001 - 03:51:53 EST
> (40) TOTE DUO ESONTAI EN TWi AGRWi , hEIS
> PARALAMBANETAI KAI hEIS AFIETAI: (41) DUO
> ALHQOUSAI EN TWi MULWi , MIA PARALAMBANETAI
> KAI MIA AFIETAI.
> Does the use of hEIS in v. 40 and mia in v. 41 have any significance
> beyond a liking for variety?
Just in case you are asking about the masculine hEIS and the corresponding
feminine MIA, v. 40 talks about two men and v. 41 about two women.
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