Notes on the Agamemnon

Classical Quarterly 9 (02):77- (1915)
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θήσμαιis not.is not‘I shall regard,’ as has often been supposed, for the reason that the two lines thus become tautological:‘I shall account my master's fortune prosperous; this beacon is a stroke of good luck.’ Verrall writes:'"My lord's good fortune I shall score to my game," i.e. regard it as my own.' The weakness of this seems to be that it gets too much out of the termination of one verb;1 something likeoίkειώσoμαι is needed to support the emphasis

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