Abstract: A Greek construction in which the verb is in the 3rd sg. form, while the subjectis in the 3rd pl. and, in most cases, in post–verbal position, is called Pindar’s schemeinasmuch as it occurs most frequently in the poems of this author. Various explanationshave been provided for this construction and it has also been interpreted as an error.The paper is an attempt at an overall syntactic explanation of the available data.
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|