Presumably that means a decoration for the neck made up of multiple necklaces consisting of rocks. Perhaps something like either of these images:P.Enteux.83.5 wrote:τό τε περιτραχηλίδιον ἐκ καθορμίων λιθίνων ἀφείλετό μ[ου·
That being the case, how does the syntax work here?
Specifically, the two issues I have are (1) with the text as it is preserved, that the article is not repeated, and (2) with the restoration, that ἀφαιρεῖν is constructed with accusative and genitive, rather than accusative and dative.
The image of the black jasper necklace is in the public domain. The image of the 19th century Arya necklace from India is owned by Hiart and has been released into the public domain. The image of the moss agate Edwardian necklace is held by Nora and has been released for use under a CC BY 2.0 license.