εἰ: retains its original force as an interjection; “up then, come.”ἄγε: see on v. 62. γνώωσι: shall recognize it, perceive it, referring to the following verse; cf. vs. 185, 333. For the form, see § 34 d. 303 = Od. 16.441. — The preceding “πείρησαι” represents a prot. to which this would be the apod.; cf. v. 583.
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