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ᾤχωκα is now read in Aesch. Pers. 13, Soph. fr. 220: and in Il. 10. 252Leaf gives “παρῴχωκεν” (the reading of Aristarchus, acc. to Didymus), instead of “παρῴχηκεν”, as there is no good authority for “ᾤχηκα” or “οἴχηκα” before Polybius. “οἴχωκα”, the traditional form here, is Ionic ( Her. 1. 189, etc.).

διαπεπόρθημαι: cp. 1198ἔπερσεν”: Tr. 1104ἐκπεπόρθημαι”.

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