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[4] For τιταίνει Barnes and Gemoll read “τιταίνῃ”, perhaps rightly; cf. H. G. § 289. The words cannot be equivalent to “τεταμένα ἔχει”, but must mean “when he bends his bow” (in the attitude of a shooter).

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