τί ταῦτ’ ἀνωτότυξας ἀμφὶ Λοξίου;
οὐ γὰρ τοιοῦτος ὥστε θρηνητοῦ τυχεῖν.
Why this crying to Apollo?
for [He is] not the sort [of god] who hangs out with mourners.
in Trag. and Att. after demonstratives, οὔπω τοσοῦτον ἠπατημένος κυρῶ ὥστʼ ἄλλα χρῄζειν S.OT595, etc.; this constr. is found in cases where ... ὥστε seems superfluous;
Trying to make sense out of τοιοῦτος ὥστε in 1075. The demonstratives τοῖος τοιοῦτος are used with an infinitive in the pattern “the sort of X ... that does Y ...” and I suppose that ὥστε contributes by introducing the infinitive. The cryptic reference in LSJ "less freq. to a Conj., as ὥστε, A.Ag.1075" leaves me unenlightened. LSJ can be more difficult to read than Aeschylus.
a stronger form of τοῖος, bearing the same relation to τοιόσδε as οὗτος to ὅδε, such as this, in Hom. not so common as τοῖος, but in Att. the most common of the three forms; anteced. to οἷος, Od.4.269, Pl.Smp.199d, etc.; to ὡς, Il.21.428; to ὅς, ὅς, ὅσπερ, S.Ant.691, Th.1.21, Lys.13.1, 30.14, X. Lac.7.5, Pl.R.349d, etc.; to οἷόσπερ, v. l. in X.Cyr.6.2.2; less freq. to a Conj., as ὥστε, A.Ag.1075, Pl.Smp.175d: freq. also abs., Pi. O.6.16, Hdt.2.2, etc.; freq. with implications, so good, so noble, so bad, etc., Il.7.242, etc.;
I checked Smyth and Cooper but they didn't help me either since the have ὥστε discussion spread all over the place, a little here a little there. It looks like ὥστε here is just about equivalent to ὥς and isn't really contributing anything to the syntax. I could be wrong about the latter. Which is why I decided to post it here for discussion. This just a one liner, nothing to look up, so non-Agamemnon readers can join in if they feel so inclined.