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τὸ οὖν...ὑμνῆσαι. The infin. may be explained (with Ast) as an ex. of the infin. “indignantis,” cp. Ar. Nub. 819 τὸ Δία νομίζειν ὄντα τηλικουτονί.

ἔρανον εἰσενεγκεῖν. Symbolum dare: cp. Laws 915 E, 927 C ὡς ἔρανον εἰσφέροντα ἑαυτῷ—the only other instances of ἔρανος in Plato. For a defence of the text against Hartmann, who excises καὶ χαρίσασθαι, see Vahlen Op. Acad. II. 296. This passage is echoed in Aristid. Or. t. I. p. 18.

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