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[1131] οὐχ ὥστε γ᾽ εἰπεῖν cp. 361.

μνήμης ὕπο, at the prompting of memory, ὑπό having a like force as in compound verbs meaning to “suggest, ” etc.: Plut. Mor. 813eλογισμοὺς οὓς Περικλῆς αὑτὸν ὑπεμίμνησκεν,” recalled to his mind: so ὑποβολεύς (ib.), “a prompter. ” The phrase is more poetical and elegant than μνήμης ἄπο, the conjecture of Reiske. Blaydes, reading ἄπο, compares ἀπὸ τῆς γλώσσηςSoph. OC 936).

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