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[362] 362 = 18.73, where Thetis visits her son in his grief at the death of Patroclus.

σέ, φρένας: accs. of the whole and part, cf. v. 150, “Β 171, Γ” 35, 438, 442.

363 = 16.19, cf. 18.74. — “ἐξαύδα κτλ”.: the second imv. repeats the thought of the first, hence the asyndeton, cf. v. 323; see § 2 m.

νόῳ: as in v. 132.

εἴδομεν: from “οἶδα”, subjv. with short mode-vowel, cf. vs. 141 ff.; see § 27 a.

364 = 18.78.

βαρύ: cf. “εὐρύ” v. 355, and see on v. 78.

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