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[600] μή τοι ταῦτα νόει, i. e. like Meleager.

[601] ἐνταῦθα, i. e. to such an extremity of obstinacy as is seen in the story of Meleager.

φίλος, § 169.

[602] ἐπὶ δώροις, ‘on condition of the gifts.’

[605] τιμῇς, commonly explained as equivalent to “τιμήεις”, ‘honored.’

[608] χρεώ, supply “ἱκάνει”, or “ἵκει”, as l. 75.

Διὸς αἵσῃ, ‘by the award [or ‘allotment’] of Zeus,’ by the fortune that Zeus has meted to me.

[612] Cf.

Desine meque tuis incendere teque querellis.

‘No more vex thee and me with thy complaints.’

[615] καλόν [“ἐστι”], ‘it is right.’

κηδέμεν, ‘to injure.’

[617] λέξεο, § 153.

[618] ἅμα δ᾽ ἠόι § 92) φαινομένηφιν § 155.1), ‘at daybreak.’

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