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[10] σὺ δέ, the opposition is only between the actions, not the subjects, of the two clauses, as 1.191, etc. The interposition of the subordinate “ὡς θεός εἰμι” makes the expression natural, though not logical. For the last half of the line cf. 4.32 (Syr.adds 4.33 here also, though it is clearly out of place). μενεαίνεις, art striving, cf. note on 16.491.

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