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[318] ἀποδώσει. The balance of MSS. authority is in favour of “ἀποδώσει”, but it should be noted that εἰς κε naturally is followed in Homer by the subjunctive, as in Il.2. 332; 5. 466, etc. In Il.3. 409εἰς κε . . ποιήσεται”, and Il.21. 133εἰς

κε . . τίσετε”, the verbs are probably not futures of the indicative but the regular short forms of aorist subjunctive.

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