For ἀνώγει La R. reads “ἀνώγηι”, and the subj. is certainly required, as he says, after “ὅς τις”, where used, as here, to express a supposition: 1.230, 13.234, and often (except apparently Od. 2.114). In such a point the MS. reading is of no authority.
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