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οἷ θέλεις σπεύδῃς, back to Cenaeum, so as to be in time for the sacrifice (287): cp. 599.

ἐγὼ δὲ, after σύ θ̓, is warranted by the antithesis, as in 143 (n.), 286.

ἐξαρκῆ τιθῶ, make them such as they ought to be,—set them in satisfactory order. The word is used in Aesch. Pers.237(“πλοῦτος ἐξαρκής”).

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