The constr. is οἶσθα μαθών ... ἢ ξυναλλάξας; Oed. takes no more notice of the herdsman's nervous interruption than is necessary for the purpose of sternly keeping him to the point. ἦ συνήλλαξας ... ; “have you ever met him? ” mars the force of the passage. The testimony of L to συναλλάξας has the more weight since this is the less obvious reading. Cp. verse 1037, which continues after an interruption the construction of verse 1035.
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