ἀμύμονος: as Pausanias in his citation (see crit. note) expressly says that Homer calls Eumolpus “ἀγήνωρ”, Ruhnken and others would exchange the epithets in 154, 155, reading “ἀγήνορος Εὐμόλποιο” and “πατρὸς ἀμύμονος”. But Pausanias' quotation is probably a casual error, influenced by the next line.
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