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[410] τῷ: therefore.

μή ποτε: never.

μοί: “I beg of you.”

ὁμοίῃ τιμῇ: in like honor, i.e. in so high honor, sc. with us, — while Agamemnon had counted the fathers worthy of far higher honor than the sons.

ἔνθεο: 2d sing. aor. imv. with “μή”. Not the Attic usage. cf. “μὴ καταδύσεο Σ” 134, “μή τις ἀκουσάτω π” 301, “μὴ χόλον ἔνθεο θυμῷ ω” 248.

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