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χαλκός : copper or bronze (an alloy of copper and tin; brass, which is made of copper and zinc, was unknown to the ancients), Od. 1.184. The word stands often for things made of bronze, knife, axe, weapons and armor in general. Epithets, αἶθοψ, νῶροψ, ἀτειρής, and others appropriate to the things severally designated.
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