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[392b] But perhaps these matters are too high for us to understand; it is, I think, more within human power to investigate the names Scamandrius and Astyanax, and understand what kind of correctness he ascribes to these, which he says are the names of Hector's son. You recall, of course: the lines which contain the words to which I refer.


Which of the names of the boy do you imagine Homer thought was more correct, Astyanax or Scamandrius?

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