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[479] “ἴκμενον οὖρον κτλ”.: Aeolus was master of the winds (Od. 10.21), but each god could send a favorable breeze; Apollo, here (because of the sacrifice that had been offered to him); Athene, “β 420, ο” 292; Calypso, Od. 5.268; Circe, Od. 11.7; cf. “πέμψει δέ τοι οὖρον ὄπισθεν ἀθανάτων ὅς τίς σε φυλάσσει τε ῥύεταί τε ο” 34 f.

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