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[531] 531 is apparently borrowed from 11.520. It is appropriate there, for the Greek horses are naturally glad to get back to their own stables, but there can be no desire on the part of the Thracian steeds to go to the unknown camp. If we refer θυμῶι, as is of course possible, to Diomedes' wish to get home, the addition is at least very flat. 530 recurs also in 5.768.

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