καὶ μὴν ἔγωγ̓. It depends on the context in each case whether “καὶ μήν” signifies (1) ‘and indeed,’ as in 556; or (2) ‘and yet,’ as here, and' in 1045, 1188. For the addition of γε, cp. 1045 n. οὐκ ὄκνῳ, a dat. of manner (=“οὐκ ὀκνοῦσα”). The emphasis is upon this phrase.
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