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2617, with plates i and ii). το το might of itself refer either back or forward: back as Od. 7. 316 α κοντα δ ο τι ρ ξει | Φαι κων· µ το το φ λον ∆ι πατρ γ νοιτο, forward as Od. 1. 82 ε µ ν δ ν ν το το φ λον µακα´ρε ι θεο ιν, | νο τ αι Οδυ α πολ φρονα νδε δ µονδε, | κτλ. Here it certainly refers back, to the notion of his disgrace; it cannot refer forward as well, and after γ νοιτο there will therefore be a strong stop, which would normally be marked by a point in the papyrus. 6 mm. of blank papyrus, with no trace of a point; the latest position elsewhere for a point at the end of a line is at fr.

471 ππ τ αν ρ περ ο ι µαχειµενο κτεα´τε ιν | βλ εται, περ βου ν αργενν ι ε ιν). Of the rest of the sentence, only two letters immediately legible, parts or vestiges of three or four more, and an accent; but enough, I think, for us to be able to recover the essentials. The traces are on three separate pieces of papyrus, frr. 13(a), 14, and 15, separated from one another by intervals which are established by their positions in 24 (the first two) and 25 (all three): 13(a) 14 15 ´ ] κε[ ] []περιβου ινεµαι ···· ··· ·· · c.

The Homeric use of the adjective (always masculine plural, of men who deserve reprobation or contempt) is clearly irrelevant; but I do not doubt that Nonn. D. 40. 14 I supply therefore κρ σσον [µε καθ µενον νθα´δ ]λεγχ α δ[ χθαι πεα: καθ µενον of inactivity as Il. 24. 403 ασχαλ ωσι γα`ρ ο δε καθ µενοι, the infinitive δ χθαι as Il. 1. 23 = 377, its sense ‘accept without protest’ much as Od. 20. 271 κα χαλεπ ν περ ντα δεχ µεθα µ θον (cf. Il. 18. 115 κ ρα); in πεα I have assumed that Stesichoros would write contracted εα as εα not η (the papyrus may of course have had η).

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