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Thumb and Scherer (1959) 335 ⅓337 13a; Morpurgo Davies (1963) 262. 2 Frisk (1970) 576–77; Monier-Williams (1899) 635: “pur, ‹ f. a rampart, wall, stronghold, fortress, castle, city, town”. See Strunk (1970) 2. 3 It is misleading when Benveniste (1973) 298 claims: “we have thus here an old Indo-European term, which in Greek, and only in Greek, has taken on the sense of ‘town, city’, then ‘state’ ”. In Sanskrit p‹ur certainly developed the meaning “town”, “city”, and since many of these cities were actually states, I would not preclude that the word may take on the sense of “state” or “political community” as well.
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