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[347] νῦν δέ: contrasted with 341. “But the fact is.”

φίλως: gladly, “ἡδέως, ἀσπασίως θ” 450. A reference to “φίλα” 345. Only here in Homer, see § 38 h. Cf. angustam amice pauperiem pati Hor. Carm. iii. 2. 1.

καὶ εἰ κτλ.: this clause is obj. of “ὁρόῳτε [ὁράοιτε, ὁρῷτε]”.

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