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[156] οἳ δέ, the verb of the predicate does not appear until l. 166, “ῥώοντ᾽”(“ο”), before which the subject is repeated in “ἡγήτορες κτλ.”, l. 164.

[157] τοῖσίν τε πέρι κτλ., ‘in whose hearts is exceeding great strength,’

πέρι is probably an adverb, ‘exceedingly.’

[160] ἀπὸ κρήνης μελανύδρου is to be translated with “λάψοντες” (l. 161).

[162] ἄκρον, with “μέλαν ὕδωρ” (l. 161), ‘the dark water at its surface.’— φόνον αἵματος = “αἷμα φόνου”, ‘the blood of slaughter.’

[163] περιστένεται δέ, ‘although’ etc.

[199] κρίνας, ‘separating,’ ‘marshaling.’ Cf. B 446.

δέ, § 31.

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