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[278] ἀντιβίην: originally cognate acc., sc. “ἔριδα”, cf. 3.435; the adv. receives emphasis from its position.

οὔ ποθ̓ ὁμοίης: i.e. a greater. The Greek idiom leaves to the connection the determination of the exact meaning. cf. post mihi non simili poena commissa luetis Verg. Aen. i. 136.

ἔμμορε: has share of, has received.

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