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θεοί and ἀνέρες, appositives to “ἄλλοι”.

[4] τιμήσαι, construction, § 199.

Ἀχαιῶν limits “νηυσίν”.

[8] οὖλος, syntax, § 169. Countless dreams are kept ready for service, according to the poet of the Odyssey (Od. 19.560-567); those that are true pass forth by a gate of horn; the false by a gate of ivory.

[10] ἀγορευέμεν, syntax, § 213.

[11] κάρη § 100), accusative of specification.

13, 14. ἀμφὶς ... φράζονται, ‘counsel in two (diverse) ways’; ‘are at variance’ about the fate of Troy.

[14] ἐπέγναμψεν, ‘brought over.’

[20] Νηληίῳ υἷι § 107), ‘to the son of Neleus.’ “Νηληίῳ”, adjective, is equivalent to “Νηλῆος”, genitive.

[21] τἶε), imperfect, = Attic “ἐτίμα”.

[22] τῷ ... ἐεισάμενος, ‘having likened himself to him,’ ‘assuming his likeness.’

[23] Ἀτρέος, form, § 90.

[24] οὐ χρή, ‘it befits not.’ Do not say, ‘it is not necessary.’

παννύχιον agrees with “ἄνδρα”. How do you account for the fact that the ultima, though naturally short, receives the ictus? § 32.

[25] ἐπιτετράφαται, form, § 142.4, c; ‘are entrusted.’

[26] ξύν-ες, ξυν-ίημι.

[27] σευ, with “κήδεται”.

33 σῇσιν ἔχε φρεσί, ‘guard (this) in your heart.’

[34] εὖτ᾽ ἄν, cf. A 242.

ἀν-ήῃ (“ἵημι”), like “θήῃ”, § 149 (2).

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