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[600] δώματα: palace, hall.

ποιπνύοντα: a reduplicated collateral form of “πνέω”.—The laughter arose because of the striking contrast between the puffing, hobbling Hephaestus as cupbearer, and the graceful Hebe (4.2 f.) or Ganymede (20.234) who usually performed that office.

601 = “ι 161, 556, κ 183, 476, μ 29, τ” 424.

ἦμαρ: acc. of duration of time.

602 = v. 468.

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