χρόνιον, “"after all that time,"”— repeating the thought with which he had begun (“χρόνῳ” 437). Thuc. 1.141 “χρόνιοι...ξυνιόντες”, meeting only at long intervals: 3. 29 “σχολαῖοι κομισθέντες”, having made a leisurely voyage: 8. 14 “ἀφικνοῦνται αἰφνίδιοι.” ἐπωφελεῖν with dat. (like “ἐπαρκεῖν”) as Eur. Andr. 677, elsewhere usu. with acc. (Ph. 905, etc.): cp. the poet. dat. with the simple verb, Ant. 560 “τοῖς θανοῦσιν ὠφελεῖν”.
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