Bert wrote:With Î´Î¿á¿–ÎµÎ½ coming after me/n I would be looking for another verb in the second clause.
Ahh. While Î¼á½³Î½ often does follow words to which attention seems to be directed, it and Î´á½³ may refer rather to the entire clauses in which they appear (Smyth 2915).
Pharr says that the two infinitives in the second DE/ clause are used as imperatives. Does that mean that the sentence does not need a finite verb because the infinitives take its place?
I'd say that it's often tough to make a firm distinction between clause
in Homer. In comparing texts I find editors often differ among themselves on whether to us a comma, a period or a raised-dot. Î»á¿¦ÏƒÎ±Î¹ might just as well be taken to complement Î´Î¿á¿–ÎµÎ½, too. Well, maybe that's a stretch, but I think it's not completely indefensible.