ἐκ Διός: with pass., in the sense of “ὑπὸ Διός”, indicating Zeus as the source of the woe; cf. “φίληθεν ι ἐκ Διός” vs. 668. f. they were loved by Zeus, “τὰ μὲν δή τοι τετέλεσται ι ἐκ Διός Σ” 74 f. This use is freq. in tragedy, cf. Aesch. Prom. 224, 757, Soph. Ant. 63, 180, 207, 210, 293.ἔχε: hold it fast, followed by a negative form of the same command, cf. 1.363.
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