Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #498 - ἀντιτάσσομαι
ἀντι -τάσσω (Att..., -ττω ),
to range in battle against; mid., to set oneself against, resist: absol., Acts 18:6; c. dat., Romans 13:2, James 4:6; James 5:6, 1 Peter 5:5 (MM, VGT, s.v.).†
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The verb occurs twice in P Oxy IV. 707ii. 17, .38 (c. A.D. 136), a report of legal proceedings, with reference to the opposing party. P Cattaoui verso i. 7 (mid. ii/A.D.) (= Chrest. II. p. 98) τῆς ἀντιτεταγμένης ἀρτίως Δρουσίλλας. There are several instances in OG1S in a military sense, which was of course the earliest.
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