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κἀκεῖ, at Troy also (as now in Lemnos).

ἐπηυδώμαν=“ἐπεκαλούμην”: the only classical example of this compound.

Ἀτρειδᾶν ὕβρις πᾶς᾿, ‘all’ their insolence,—referring to the full account of it which N. has just given (363 ff.). Others understand: (1) ‘the complete’ or ‘consummate’ “ὕβρις”: cp. 142πᾶν κράτος” (n.). Or (2), making “πᾶς᾿” predicative, ‘went with all its force’ (cp. 385 n.).

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    • Sophocles, Philoctetes, 142
    • Sophocles, Philoctetes, 385
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