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[592] πᾶν δ̓ ἦμαρ: cf. “πανημέριοι” v. 472, v. 601.—“φερόμην, κάππεσον [κατέπεσον”]: the impf. is used of the continuance of the motion, the aor. marks the conclusion of it, cf. (“ἵππους”) “Οὐλυμπόνδε δίωκε θεῶν δ̓ ἐξίκετο θώκους Θ 439, Β” 94.

φερόμην: is freq. used of ships driven by the wind, and marks the motion as involuntary.

καταδύντι: the aor. partic. is here used (without reference to time as past, present, or future) of an act coincident with “κάππεσον”.

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