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Μετὰ τοῦ—cf. I. 6, 5; VI. 65, 1. ‘Cowardice and disgrace together.’

κάκωσις—= ἐναντία μεταβολὴ above, according to the doctrine that cowardice is misery, and therefore to the prosperous involves degradation: κάκωσις: ταπείνωσις Hesych.

μετὰ ῥώμης—‘when he is fired by courage and the general hope,’ viz. that his side will win.

ἀναίσθητος— ‘painless.’

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