τά, τά: strictly both are dems. (§§ 3 n f., 24 l), the second repeating the first, although the first may be translated as a rel.
: the thought contrasted with this, is implied in vs. 127 ff.
: cities near Troy, of which Achilles had sacked 12 with his fleet and 11 with a land force, 9.328
f. Homer mentions the sack of Lesbos 9.129
, of Lyrnessus 2.690
, of Pedasus Od. 3.92
, of Scyrus 9.668
, of Tenedos 11.625
, of Thebe “Ζ 415, Ι
” 188. cf. Nestor's words, “ξὺν νηυσὶν ἐπ̓ ἠεροειδέα πόντον
“πλαζόμενοι κατὰ ληίδ̓, ὅπῃ ἄρξειεν Ἀχιλλεύς γ
” 105 f. . . . wandering for booty wherever Achilles led.
The gen. depends upon the following prep. in composition.
: equiv. to “ἐξείλομεν πέρσαντες
: the tense marks that the matter has been settled and is not to be reconsidered.