Kevin W. Woodruff cierpke at
Fri Jul 30 08:32:37 EDT 1999


According to Liddell and Scott it is an adjective meaning "both" from same
root at AMFI. Like most adjectives it is often used as a substantive. It's
used by Homer in _The Illiad_


At 12:03 PM 07/30/1999 +1000, you wrote:
>I'm working through Basil On Greek Lit and in  I.5 the phrase EP' AMFW
>METABOLHS occurs. Any suggestion as to meaning of AMFW and what part of
>speech it is? Looks adverbial.
>With thanks in anticipation,
>Dr Rick Strelan
>Studies in Religion
>University of Queensland
>Australia 4072
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