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[42] τίσειαν: the verb is placed first, as containing the sum of his desire.

Δαναοί: used only of the Greek army in the Trojan war. But in the Iliad the poet uses “Ἀχαιοί” (the most frequently recurring designation of the Greeks), “Ἀργεῖοι” or “Δαναοί”, to suit the convenience of his verse; see on v. 79, § 4 b.

43 = v. 457, 16.527.

ὡς . . . ἔκλυε: as “Ε 121, Π 249, Ψ 771, Ω 314, γ 385, ζ 328, ι 536, υ” 102.

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