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[55] τῷ: equiv. to Att. “αὐτῷ”, lit. for him.

ἐπὶ φρεσὶ θῆκε: put into (lit. upon) his heart, as 8.218. The Homeric Greeks did not think of the head as the seat of the intellect.

λευκώλενος: freq. epith. of Hera (§ 1 q), not often of women, as 3.121; cf. “βοῶπις” v. 551.

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