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[436] ἐκ δέ: for the anaphora, cf. vs. 339 f., 2.671 ff., 10.228 ff., 12.417 ff., 23.315 ff.

εὐνάς: large stones which served as anchors. These were cast from the prow, while the “πρυμνήσια” (v. 476) held the stern. When the boat was to remain long, it was drawn up on land.

437 = “ι 150, 547, μ 6, ο” 499.

βαῖνον: for the descriptive impf., see on v. 25.

ἐπί: for the length of the ultima, see §41 j, l.

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