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[27] ἱδρῶ: “ἱδρόα, ἱδρῶτα”, § 18 e.

ὅν: acc. of kindred meaning. G. 159; H. 715b. The article would be needed here in prose. “ὅν” is long by ‘position,’ since “ἵδρωσα” (doubtless, Eng. sweat) began with a consonant. cf. “μέν” 18.

μόγῳ: equiv. to “μογέουσα”, cf. “τὰ θέσαν μογέοντες Ἀχαιοί Μ” 29.

καμέτην δὲ κτλ.: a ‘paratactic’ independent clause, in close connexion with “μόγῳ”. cf. “νοῦσον ὰνὰ στρατὸν ὦρσε κακὴν, ὀλέκοντο δὲ λαοί Α” 10; see § 3 n, q.

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