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[195] οὐρανόθεν: but she returns “Οὐλυμπόνδε” v. 221; the peaks of Olympus tower above the clouds into heaven, see on v. 44.

πρὸ ἧκε: sent forth, i.e. sent hither, as 18.168, cf. v. 442. Athena often acts as subordinate to Hera; cf. “Β 156, Ε 713, Θ” 351. — Hera is patron goddess of the Atridae.

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