υἷι, so H only, the rest having “υἱεῖ”, a very suspicious contracted form; cf. 458, 21.34. The only well-attested forms of the dat. are “υἱέϊ” and “υἷι”. Here we ought perhaps to read “υἱέ᾽ ἐμῶι” (“υἱέϊ μοι”, Nauck).
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