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[248] The trochaic caesura in the fourth foot is not uncommon, when the caesura is preceded by a monosyllable (“μέν, δέ, γε”, etc). Instances like that in 17 (where see note) are different. For the quantity of the “ι” in “πυρί” see on 99. No emendation is necessary.

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