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ἵνα σοι πῦρ ἐναύῃ: that he may kindle a fire for you, i.e. not refuse you a light. Cf. “ex quo sunt illa communia: non prohibere aqua profluente; pati ab igne ignem capereCic. de Off. i. 16. 52.

συλλήπτωρ: cf. συλλήπτρια ii. 1. 32.

ἄν τι σφαλλόμενος τύχῃς: “if you fall into any misfortune.”

ἐλλύθεν βοηθῇ σοι: being at hand may aid you.οὐδὲν ἄν σοι διαφέροι: would it make no difference to you?

τῆς παρὰ τούτων εὐνοίας: the good will (emanating) from these.

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