Μυρμιδόνεσσιν: cf. 2.684; dat. of advantage, see § 3 g. This word is made prominent since the thought is before the speaker's mind that Achilles, in the consciousness of his strength, desires to rule all the Achaeans, cf. vs. 287 ff.σέθεν κοτέοντος: “thy anger,” cf. v. 160. σέθεν: for this form of the gen., see § 15 e.
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