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κνημι?ς , ῖδος (κνήμη): greave. The greaves were metal plates, lined with some soft material, bent around the shin-bone under the knee, and fastened by clasps at the ankle (see cut No. 36), thus only in the Iliad. In the Odyssey, Od. 24.229, the word signifies leather leggins.
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