||Cf. working definition for 'in' in IELex 2 guidelines: "Location relative to a containing location, (any point) within. Not specifically inside, not necessarily something closed at the top Most generic meaning. Not movement in(to), stative location in. It is plausible that a given language will have more than one word to express the location 'in' and that the use of these words will be conditioned by a variety of factors, thus this is a difficult lexeme to elicit comprehensively." ἐν satisfies the general locative sense 'in, within' when construed with the dative.