αἰθούσῃ, see notes on l. 673 and Z 243.—The lodge of Achilles grows in grandeur, as the poet proceeds. It is described as if furnished like the Homeric prince's palace, in many respects.
 ῥέζων is equivalent to the protasis of a condition.κεχαρισμένα θείης, ‘you would do welcome things,’ ‘you would gratify me.’ κε goes with “θείης”. τηλόθι δ᾽ ὕλη κτλ., ‘and the wood is far to bring.’
 δαινυῖτο, present optative, formed without thematic vowel.