ἀγοράασθε: with lengthened initial vowel, see § 41 g.—This reproach, though addressed to all the Greeks, is directed only against those who sympathize with Thersites in their longing to return. Nestor speaks more vehemently than Odysseus who had prepared the way with arguments. —For the brief comparison, see § 2 h.
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