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[261] “If I slay the men, do you look out for the horses.”

κτεῖναι: explains “κῦδος ὀρέξῃ”.

σὺ δέ: here begins the conclusion of the condition. See § 3 n.

τούσδε: ‘deictic’; pointing to his own horses, which Sthenelus had brought. cf. “τάδε” 215.

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