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[309] ἐς δέ: as v. 142. All four advs. (“ἐς, ἐς, ἀνά, ἐν”) refer to “νῆα”, supplied from v. 308.

ἐς δέ: into it, adv. with “βῆσε”.

ἐείκοσιν: ships for other purposes than war generally have twenty oarsmen in Homer. cf. “νἦ ἄρσας ἐρέτῃσιν ἐείκοσιν . . . ἔρχεο πευσόμενος πατρός α” 280 f., “δ 669, ἱστὸν νηὸς ἐεικοσόροιο ι” 322.

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