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[382] τίς: collective.

εὖ: the anaphora is rhetorical, cf. “ἐκ Α” 436 ff.— cf. ‘Arm, warriors, arm for fight! . . . let each | His adamantine coat gird well, and each | Fit well his helm, gripe fast his orbed shield.’ Milton Par. Lost vi. 537 ff.

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