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?῎ιλιος (ϝι?λιος) and ?῎ιλιον (Il. 15.71): Ilium, a name for Troy derived from that of its founder Ilus; epithets, αἰπεινή, αἰπύ, ἐρατεινή, εὐτείχεος, ἠνεμόεσσα, ἱερή, ὀφρυόεσσα. In wider signification, for the region about Troy, Il. 1.71, Od. 19.182. In Il. 15.66, Il. 21.104, Il. 22.6, the true form of the gen. is Ἰλίοο, as the scansion shows (cf. Αἴολος).
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