Classical Quarterly 1 (2-3):160- (1907)

I do not profess to understand lines 5 and 6. It is however clear that one λέγει is due to the other, and the first seems most likely to be wrong. On that assumption, which is the usual one, I would suggest xs22EFθέλεις to take its place
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