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καὶ παρεμνήσω: “καί” gives an indignant emphasis to the verb,—‘hast thou indeed...?’ cp. Ant.726(n.) “οἱ τηλικοίδε καὶ διδαξόμεσθα δὴ” | “φρονεῖν”...; It could also mean, ‘even,’ ‘so much as’; but this would be hardly so forcible. —For γὰρ in an angry question, cp. O. C.863.

παρεμνήσω, of incidental mention; Her.7. 96τῶν ἐγώ, οὐ γὰρ ἀναγκαίῃ ἐξέργομαι ἐς ἱστορίης λόγον, οὐ παραμέμνημαι”.

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