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[191] τοὺς μέν: the other princes, who were seated (see on v. 58) between him and Agamemnon (cf. v. 247).

ἀναστήσειε: should rouse from their seats, and drive away, as he sprung at the king.

δέ: anaphoric, repeating the last subject; almost equiv. to “αὐτὸς δέ”. cf. “ἐγὼ δέ” v. 184. This either makes prominent the identity of subject in a contrast of actions, or marks the progress of the action by calling renewed attention to the doer of the deed.

ἐναρίζοι: the opt. represents the deliberative subjv. of direct discourse, cf. 3.317.

193 = “Λ 411, Ρ 106, Σ 15, δ 120, ε” 365, 424, cf. 10.507. — “κατὰ φρένα κτλ”.: in mind and heart.

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