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ὅθ᾽ εἷρπε: see on 237 f. For the absence of a prefatory “γάρ”, cp. 555, 900. “ἐπεί” is more usual than “ὅτε” in opening such a “ῥῆσις”. The schol.'s remark here, “καινοπρεπὴς φράσις”, may refer partly to that, and partly to the abruptness of “εἷρπε”.

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