For the use of the future instead of the subj. in final clauses see H. G. § 326. 3. For εἰ, which has by far the best MS. authority, most editors read “ἤ”. But this use of “ἤ” to introduce a single dependent interrogation is not well supported. See H. G. § 338, note. μαίνεται, rages, by a bold personification, as 16.74-5 “Διομήδεος ἐν παλάμηισι μαίνεται ἐγχείη”.
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