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[357] χωομένοιο: supplementary participle. For the gen. with “γνῶ [ἔγνω]”, cf. 310, 2.348, the Attic gen. with “αἰσθάνομαι, οὐδὲ τραπέζῃ γνώτην ἀλλήλων φ” 35 f., “γνωσόμεθ᾽ ἀλλήλων καὶ λώιον” (better) Od. 23.109. The gen. ‘expresses Agamemnon's observing a fact about Ulysses, viz. that he was angry.’

πάλιν κτλ.: retractavit, took back what he had said, i.e. he spoke in another tone; cf. 359. cf. “παλινάγρετον Α” 526, “πάλιν ἐρέει Ι” 56 gainsay.

358 = “Β 173, Θ 93, Ι 308, 624, Κ 144, Ψ” 723, and 15 times in the Odyssey. — Contrast 339. — Agamemnon replies in the same number of verses as Odysseus had used; see on 412. — Obs. that Menestheus is not mentioned here; see on 339.

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