ἐπιειμένε: clothed with; of the two accs. which the verb governs in the act., one is retained in the pass., G. 197, N. 2; H. 724 a. cf. “Αἴαντες θοῦριν” (impetuous) “ἐπιειμένοι ἀλκήν Η 164, γ 205. — κερδαλεόφρον”: cunning minded, as 4.339, referring to v. 146. Achilles thinks that the king wishes to send him to Chrysa in order to rob him in his absence of what he would lack the courage to take in his presence.
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