An often (not less than fifty times) repeated verse, see § 1 w.μίν: obj. of “προσηύδα”. φωνήσας: lifted up his voice, cf. § 1 s; not equiv. to “εἰπών”, which in Homer is used only of what has just been related. πτερόεντα: for the final vowel here short though before two consonants, see § 41 i “β”.
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