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[780]

[781] “Διὶ ὥς” (cf. § 33, § 37, end), ‘as under the might of Zens.’

[783] εἰν, § 35, end.

[785] πεδίοιο, syntax, § 171.

[786] ὠκέα, spelling, § 29.

[788] ἀγοράς, what kind of accusative? GG. 536 a.

[794] δέγμενος § 131), ‘awaiting the time when’ (“ὁππότε”).

ναῦφιν = “νεῶν”, § 155.1.

[796] μῦθοι ... ἄκριτοι, cf. “ἀκριτόμυθε”, l. 246.

[797] ἐπ᾽ εἰρήνης, ‘in the time of peace.’

ὄρωρεν, cf. l. 146.

[798] πολλά, ‘often.’

[799] τοιόνδε τοσόνδε τε, see note on l. 120.

ὄπωπα, § 127.

[801] πεδίοιο, syntax, § 171.

[802] δέ, § 31.

[804] ἄλλη δ᾽ ἄλλων γλῶσσα, in Latin alia aliorum lingua: ‘some speak one tongue, others another.’

[809] πᾶσαι ... πίλαι, according to Aristarchus, means ‘the whole gate’; he contended that there was but one great gate of Troy, the ‘Scaean,’ known also as the ‘Dardanian’ (X 194).

[810] ὀρώρει, pluperfect (on translation of the tense see § 188).

[811] πόλιος, the last two syllables must be pronounced as one (-yos); and this one is lengthened ( § 32, § 33).

The remainder of the book (ll. 816-877) mentions the allies of the Trojans.

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