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[68] ἄα_σαν, cp. “ἀα?σατο Il.11. 340, “ἄα^σας Il.8. 237, “ἀα^σάμην Il.9. 119; and the contracted forms “ἆσε Od.11. 61, “α?σατο Il.19. 95.

πρὸς τοῖσι=‘praeter hos.’ Every other instance of the use of πρός with dative in Homer has a purely local meaning, viz. ‘close to,’ as Il.5. 408, 425; Il.22. 64; Od.3. 298; Od.5. 401.

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