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τί σοί; These words clearly belong to Neopt., and mean, ‘What is the matter with thee?’ The phrase is not a usual one; but it is clear enough here, esp. as ἔστιν can easily be carried on. Hermann, giving “τί σοί” to Philoctetes, took it as meaning ‘What is that to thee?’ (quid tua refert?)—a protest against closer questioning.


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