ἔρχομαι ἔχων: go off to my tent with, more picturesquely descriptive than “ἔχω” v. 163; cf. “Β 71, ὡς μή τίς μοι ἀτεμβόμενος κίοι ἴσης ι” 42. — “ἐπεί κε κτλ”.: when I have fought myself weary. This gives renewed prominence to the thought of insufficiently recompensed effort.
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