Herbert Weir Smyth [n.d.], A Greek Grammar for Colleges; Machine readable text [info] [word count] [Smyth].
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Various prepositions are used in translating the objective genitive: ὁ θεῶν πόλεμος war with the gods X. A. 2.5.7, ὅρκοι θεῶν oaths by the gods E. Hipp. 657, θεῶν εὐχαί prayers to the gods P. Phae. 244e, ἀδικημάτων ὀργή anger at injustice L. 12.20, ἐγκράτεια ἡδονῆς moderation in pleasure I. 1.21, ἡ τῶν ἡδονῶν νί_κη victory over pleasures P. L. 840c, τρόπαια βαρβάρων memorials of victory over barbarians X. A. 7.6.36, παραινέσεις τῶν ξυναλλαγῶν exhortations to reconciliation T. 4.59, μῦθος φίλων tidings about friends S. Ant. 11, σοῦ μῦθος speech with thee S. O. C. 1161. In θανάτου λύσις release from death ι 421, μεταπαυσωλὴ πολέμοιο respite from war T 201, it is uncertain whether the genitive is objective or ablatival ( cross1392).

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