γίγνωσκε: was coming to know, recognized, sc. from his achievements. Clearly, no guilty mortal,—none but one of the race of the gods and enjoying their favor, could have overcome such difficulties and escaped such dangers.θεοῦ: indefinite. In Pindar, this god is Poseidon. ἐόντα: supplementary participle, as after a verb of seeing or hearing. 192 = “Λ 226.” δίδου: offered in marriage. ὅ γε: cf. 168. θυγατέρα: for the ‘quantity’ of the last syllable, see on 5.343.
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