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[192] cf. 14.299. — The repeated failure of Pandarus with his bow makes him wish that he had not brought this bow, but had come as a knight, with horses and chariot. This thought of his mind (indicated, but not fully expressed) introduces the following story.

παρέασι (“εἰμί”): cf. “ἔασιν” 267. See § 34 g. — “τῶν [ὧν] κτλ”.: the opt. with “κέ” is regular after a negative principal clause.

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