πρότεροι: comp., for only two parties are in question, cf. v. 351.ὑπὲρ ὅρκια: “contrary to the compacts.” cf. “Δ 67, 236, 271. — πημήνειαν”: intrans.; “commit an act of hostility.” The opt. is used in the subord. clause, with the opt. of wishing in the principal clause, to express a mere conception of the mind.
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