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[56] ῥά: you see, with reference to the scene depicted in vs. 51 f.

ὁρᾶτο: the act. and mid. forms, “ὁρῶ” and “ὁρῶμαι, εῖδον” and “ἰδόμην, ἴδω” and “ἴδωμαι”, are used in Homer without appreciable difference of meaning (§ 32 a); cf. vs. 203, 262, 587, “Β 237, Γ” 163.

57 = “Ω 790, β 9, θ 24, ω” 421. — “ἤγερθεν κτλ”.: the two verbs are thought to express the beginning and the completion of the act; but we may compare the ‘assemble and meet together’ of the Prayer Book. For the fulness of expression, see § 1 s.

ἤγερθεν: aor. pass. from “ἀγείρω”. For the form, see § 26 v.

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