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[348] ἀπόερσε: a past tense of the ind., without “ἄν”, like “ᾔδη” 351, of the impossible result of the accomplishment of the wish introduced by “ὄφελε” 345. This verb is ‘assimilated’ to “ὄφελε”. GMT. 528; H. 919 b.

πάρος: const. with the inf. (but not with the other moods), like “πρίν”. GMT. 656; H. 955 a.

τάδε ἔργα: a general expression for all the battles and sorrows of which Helen had been the cause or occasion.

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