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[802] καί ῤ̔ ὅτε: even when. — In this general ‘protasis,’ the speaker adds with animation a second ‘protasis’ (“ὅτε τε κτλ”. 803; cf. 6.132) which introduces a special example of the characteristics of Tydeus. This second protasis gains the upper hand, and the former is forgotten.

οὐκ εἴασκον: forbade.

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