ἐπεὶ, i.e., if there be indeed any good in such counsels. Cp. 323. For this controversial “ἐπεί” with the imperat., see O. T. 390, O. C. 969. ἢ μάθ᾽ ἐξ ἐμοῦ: cp. 565 “ἢ ᾿γὼ φράσω”. For the parenthesis, Schneid. cp. Eur. Cycl. 121“σπείρουσι δ̓, ἢ τῷ ζῶσι, Δήμητρος στάχυν”.
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