λίσσομαι: sc. “δέ. — Ἀχιλλῆι”: for the dat. of opposition, cf. “Θ 449, Ν 517, Ξ” 50. For the long “ι” of the dat. sing., see § 18 a. This may be explained also as before the caesural pause (§ 41 p). The name is used with special emphasis, cf. v. 240, instead of the pron. (vs. 275, 281).μεθέμεν: “μεθεῖναι”, § 34 e; cf. “μεθήμων Β” 241. — “ὃς μέγα κτλ”.: gives the motive for the request.
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