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ὥστ̓: here a connecting particle, as in § 46; cp. the similar use of ὡς, E. 80 and note.

τῶν ἀσκητῶν, ‘athletes.’ ἀσκητής, ‘one who practises some trade,’ is used especially of athletes, as in Plat. Rep. 403 E; cp. Hesychius, ἀσκητής, ἀθλητής and ἐπασκηταί, ἀθληταί.

οὐδ᾽ ἓν μέρος τιθέασι κτἑ, ‘do not offer a fraction of the prizes for which you kings strive daily.’ For this use of μέρος cp. τὰ δύο μέρη, ‘two-thirds,’ τὰ πέντε μέρη, ‘five-sixths.’ τιθέναι is regularly used of ‘offering’ prizes; cp. Hom. Il. xxiii. 262 ἱππεῦσιν μὲν πρῶτα ποδώκεσιν ἀγλἄ ἄεθλα | θῆκε.

περὶ ὧν: for the hiatus see note on E. 3.

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