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[87] τοῖς: rightly explained by Franke as demonstrative: Hades dwells among those over whom he is lord.

88-89. Cf. Scut. 341-342. τανύπτεροι is to be taken with οἰωνοί, not with “ἵπποι”. Nothing is said in this poem about winged horses, although Gemoll compares Eur. El.466.

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