πολλῇσι, παντί: according to the poet's view of the situation at the time of the Trojan war, cf. 1.78 f., “Ι 69, ι” 263, the Pelopidae seem to have had the hegemony in Peloponnesus; Agamemnon ruled over Achaea, Corinth, Sicyon, and part of Argolis, see vs. 569 ff.Ἄργεϊ: local, cf. “ἐν Ἄργεϊ Α” 30. ἀνάσσειν: to rule over them. For the inf., cf. “μάχεσθαι Α 8, ἄγειν Α” 338.
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