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[213] “καί ποτε κτλ”.: affords the motive for v. 210, and recalls Achilles from his decision to return to his home. “Thou hast no need to wreak bloody vengeance on him, for thou shalt at some time receive etc.

καὶ τρίς: even threefold, proverbial; cf. “τρὶς τόσσον ἕλεν μένος Ε 136, τρὶς τόσα δοῖεν ἄποινα Ω” 686.

παρέσσεται: the gifts offered to Achilles as an atonement for the wrong are enumerated 9.121 ff. (seven tripods, ten talents of gold, twenty caldrons, twelve racehorses, seven slaves etc.), in a passage closing “ταῦτα μὲν αὐτίκα πάντα παρέσσεται Ι” 135. These treasures were delivered 19.243 ff.

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