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[260] πρῶτον: the position of the word shows that this verse is added as an afterthought, and “ὀνήσεαι” is not under the influence of “ὡς. πρῶτον” serves to mark the distinction of the ideas. cf. “νῦν μὲν παύσωμεν πόλεμον καὶ δηιότητα σήμερον: ὕστερον αὖτε μαχήσονται Η” 29 f.

αὐτός: by its position is contrasted with “Διὶ πατρί” 259.

αἴ κε πίῃσθα: “ἐὰν πίῃς”.

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