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[361] ἄχθομαι: only here with such a cognate acc. “οὐδὲν ἤχθετο” Xen. An. i. I. 8 is clearly different.

: ‘acc. of effect’ with “οὔτασεν”. cf. 795, “οὐλήν” (scar), “τήν ποτε μὲν σῦς ἤλασε λευκῷ ὀδόντι τ 393, ἕλκεα κεν μάρπτῃσι” (fasten upon) “κεραυνός Θ 405, ἕλκεα ὅσσ᾽ ἐτύπη Ω” 421. G. 159, 3; H. 714.

ἀνήρ: made more definite by the following verse. On “φῶτα Δ” 194.

362 = 457.

νῦν γε: “now, at least, to judge from my experience.”

καὶ Διί: even with Zeus, if the latter should oppose him in the fight.

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