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[354] ὑψιβρεμέτης: cf. “δεινὸν δὲ βρόντησε πατὴρ ἀνδρῶν τε θεῶν τε ὕψοθεν γ” 56.

νῦν δέ: but as it is, marking a return to the reality from a merely hypothetical case, cf. v. 417, “Β 82, α” 166, 219, 241.

οὐδὲ τυτθόν: not even a little.

356 = 507, 2.240; cf. 9.111.

ἑλὼν ἔχει: differs from “εἷλε” chiefly in giving prominence to the possession as still continued; cf. (of the same act) “εἵλετ̓ ἔχει δ̓ ἄλοχον Ι” 336. This approaches a periphrasis common in tragedy, even where the partic. is intrans., and often differing little from the aor. ind. “ἠτίμησε”, etc.; cf. Soph. O. T. 731, Ant.ἀτιμάσας ἔχει 22, 32, 77, ἐγκλῄσας ἔχει 180, κηρύξας ἔχω 192, ἔχεις ταράξας” 794, 1058, 1272.

ἀπούρας: partic. of “ἀπηύρων” v. 430; epexegetical of “ἑλών”. For the strengthening by “αὐτός”, cf. vs. 137, 161, 185, 324, 19.89.

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