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[360] πάροιθ̓ αὐτοῖο: before him (self); the intensive pron. contrasts Achilles himself with his voice which his mother had just heard, cf. v. 47. See § 24 g.

δάκρυ χέοντος: the repetition of these words from v. 357 is characteristic of the fulness of Epic style.

361 = “Ε 372, Ζ 485, Ω 127, δ 610, ε” 181. — For the Epic fulness, cf. vs. 57, 88; see § 1 s.

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