ἐγώ: Agamemnon speaks only of the rejection of the ransom, not of the slight offered to the priest; but gives prominence to the odious charge that he, their king, was the cause of the sufferings of the Danaï.κούρης Χρυσηίδος: gen. of price, cf. “δῶκ̓ υἷος ποινὴν” (as a price for his son) “Γανυμήδεος Ε 266, λ” 327. For the patronymic, see on v. 13.
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