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[113] ὅσην τε. For this form of attraction see on Od. 9.322.

κατὰ δ᾽ ἔστυγον, ‘they were aghast at her.’ “στυγεῖν” is used for the horror felt by the gods at the sight of Tartarus, Il.20. 65; the dread inspired by Hector, Il.7. 112.The Schol. renders “στυγεῖν” by “καταπλήσσεσθαι” and “δεδοικέναι”. The present “στυγέω” is formed from this aorist. There is also a causative aorist in use, compare “τῷ κέ τεῳ στύξαιμι μένος Od.11. 502.

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