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[307] ὀϊζύσας, aor. part. because the action it expresses coincides with that of ἐμόγησε: cp. 14. 463., 17. 330.

310-343. This strangely prosaic summary is doubtless interpolated by a later hand,—later than the author of the continuation. It is referred to by Aristotle ( Rhet.iii. 16. 8), who gives the number of lines as nearly twice the true number. The discrepancy shows that some at least of the ancient writers quoted from memory, and did not take pains to be correct in unimportant particulars.

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