οὐκέτι: no longer, as perhaps might have been the case before. The conflict has become more fierce and bloody.ὀνόσαιτο: potential of the past. cf. 223. “ὄνομαι” in Homer is not simply blame, find fault with, but find fault with as insufficient. Cf. “Ν 127, 287, Ρ 399, Ω” 241. μετελθών: if he had come among them. This specification adds life to the picture.
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