πεπνυμένος. The idea that wickedness and folly are identical is frequent in Homer. Cp. Od.8. 166, 177; 16. 278; and especially inf. 266, where Clytaemnestra's fall is long delayed “φρεσὶ γὰρ κέχρητ᾽ ἀγαθῇσι”, inf. 52.
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