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[536] ἐπὶ θρόνου: makes “ἔνθα” more definite, cf. “ἔνθα κε λεξζίμην κοίλη παρὰ νηί γ” 365.—“οὐδὲ κτλ”.: i.e. nor did she fail to see.

μίν: proleptic obj., cf. 2.409.—The poet has to inform his hearers whether the gods were acquainted with the “βουλή” of Zeus, and what their feelings were concerning it.

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