Ζεῦ ἄνα: as “Π 233, ρ” 354. The vocative form “ἄνα” is found in Homer only in this phrase; elsewhere, “ἄναξ”, as B 284, 434. — “δὸς τίσασθαι ὃ κτλ”.: equiv. to “δός μοι τίσαοθαι τοῦτον ὃς κτλ”. The rel. clause “ὅ με κτλ”. represents a noun as the obj. of “τίσασθαι. — πρότερος”: cf. v. 299.
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