“ἦ ἐθέλεις κτλ”.: dost thou wish indeed that thou thyself shouldst have a prize of honor (referring to v. 126) while (lit. but) I etc. He replies to the charge of covetousness (v. 122) by the assertion that Achilles has a selfish end in view in urging him to give up Chryseis.ὄφῤ ἔχῃς: instead of the customary inf. or an obj. clause with “ὅτι”, cf. “θυμὸς ἐπέσσυται ὄφῤ ἐπαμύνω Ζ” 361. αὐτάρ: for the use of the adversative conj., see § 3 q. αὔτως: explained by “δευόμενον”, see § 24 h.
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