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θαυμάζοι . . τεθνᾶσιν—the change of mood from opt. to indic. has nothing to do with the sense: it is purely styhstic Cf. c. 22, 8.

αὖ—‘for his part.’

τῶν ἐν Ἰδομεναῖς—edd. compare II. 34 τοὺς ἐν Μαραθῶνι where, however, ἐν should prob. be omitted (see Neil on Aristoph. Eq. 785). In most cases a partic. is expressed; but ‘those of Idomenae’ is, of course, sufficient.

τὰ ὅπλα ταυτί—the omission of the nnmber—διακοσίων—here appears to be impossible: ‘these are not the arms, then,’ would be natural, were it not for the contrast following. The schol. already did not find διακοσίων in the text.

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