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 Posted: Sat Feb 11th, 2017 08:12 pm
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Kitbash0n30



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Helmut wrote:
As you can see, both of them were just epigones..

Had to go look up epigone.


Origin Mid 18th century:

plurals from French ├ępigones and Latin epigoni,
from Greek epigonoi those born afterwards (based on gignesthai be born).


https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/epigone


( and the the thought occurs that someone needs to do a quirky freelance On30 electric railway run by Werner von Volt )




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