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[641] οὐ ἔτι: the two particles had not yet become welded together to form “οὐκέτι”. See § 37 b γ. — γάρ: introduces the explanation why Thoas was in command, and not Oeneus or one of his distinguished sons, Tydeus (see on v. 563) or Meleager.

ἦσαν: were living.

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