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εἰ δόξειεν αὐτῷ: “as often as it seemed to him.” See on ἐπεί i. 2. 57.

ἂν ἐπείσθη: the prot. really suggested by this apod. is εἴ τις αὐτὸν ἔπειθεν, if any one tried to persuade him; and this prot. is found, without its apod., in the next sentence.

ἔπειθεν: impf. of attempted and continued past action.

τῶν ἄλλων: for the gen. with compounds of κατά, see G. 1123; H. 752.

πάντα, ὑπερεώρα: see on i.2.9.

πρός: in comparison with, as in i. 2. 52. The Lat. ad is used in the same sense.

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