εὐρύοπα: far sounding, far thundering; for the form, perhaps a stereotyped nom., see § 16 b.499 = “Ε 754, Θ” 3. ἀκροτάτῃ κορυφῇ: from which he looks out upon the world again, after his long absence. cf. summo sedet altus Olympo Verg. Aen. xi. 726. πολυδειράδος: (from “δειρά” neck). Epiths. appropriate to men are often applied to natural objects. cf. “καρήνων” v. 44, ‘foothills,’ ‘shoulder of the mountain,’ ‘arm of the sea,’ ‘mouth of the river.’
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