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[163] οὐ μὲν [“μὴν”] “κτλ”.: yet never have I, a present expression of past experience. This thought increases the unfairness of Agamemnon's present course.

σοί: i.e. like to thine, for “τῷ σῷ γέραϊ”, the person instead of the attribute being compared; cf. “κόμαι” (hair) “χαρίτεσσιν ὁμοῖαι Ρ 51, ὁμοῖα νοήματα Πηνελοπείῃ β” 121 thoughts like to Penelope. G. 186, N. 2; H. 773 b.

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