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[366] ᾠχόμεθα: on his marauding expeditions in the neighborhood of Troy; see on v. 125.

Θήβην: a city of the Cilicians, in Mysia, at the foot of Mt. Placus, an eastern spur of Mt. Ida. Eetion, father of Andromache, Hector's wife, reigned there, 6.394 ff.

ἱερήν: since the gods were worshipped there. — For the simple order of words, see § 1 f.

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