The Homeric aorist infinitives in -έειν do not arise from a linguistic choice of an Ionian singer, but from his poetic performance; their origin is the 'distension' in two syllables of the Ionic ending -εῖν, possibly caused by the circumflex accent. In this perspective the aorist infinitives in -έειν are a specific case of the Homeric diektasis.

Porro, A., Ancora sugli infiniti aoristi in -έειν, <<AEVUM ANTIQUUM>>, 2014; 14 (1): 145-171 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/97947]

Ancora sugli infiniti aoristi in -έειν

Porro, Antonietta
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2016

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The Homeric aorist infinitives in -έειν do not arise from a linguistic choice of an Ionian singer, but from his poetic performance; their origin is the 'distension' in two syllables of the Ionic ending -εῖν, possibly caused by the circumflex accent. In this perspective the aorist infinitives in -έειν are a specific case of the Homeric diektasis.
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Porro, A., Ancora sugli infiniti aoristi in -έειν, <<AEVUM ANTIQUUM>>, 2014; 14 (1): 145-171 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/97947]
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