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In this article, I discuss the use and absence of the augment in the 3 rd singular forms ἔθηκε(ν) and θῆκε(ν) in the Iliad. In the previous article (De Decker 2020), I explained why I chose this corpus and determined the value of the different forms. Here I proceed to the actual analysis of the forms: do they confirm the previous syntactic and semantic observations that have been made for the use and absence of the augment (the clitic rule by Drewitt and Beck, the reduction rule by Kiparsky anddoi:10.4467/20834624sl.20.011.12443 fatcat:f6p6z5vdbjhq7b2vvswwphxnrm