τοῖοι: pred., as such, thus. See § 38 a; cf. 280.—“μιάνθην [ἐμιάνθησαν]”: an isolated form in Homer. Possibly “μίανθεν” should be read (§ 26 v), with the ultima treated as long before the verse-pause; possibly the form follows the analogy of the dual (cf. “ἥσθην” 21). But “διελέγην” is found in dialectic inscriptions for “διέλεγον” (3d pl.).
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