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551. Homer once has τι μή or ὅτε μή in the same sense: οὔ τέ τεῳ σπένδεσκε θεῶν τι μὴ Διὶ πατρί, i.e. except to Zeus ( τι μή = εἰ μή), Il. xvi. 227.Here Lange (p. 161) reads ὅτε μή.

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