Ζέφυρος: this was a cold and stormy wind to the people of Aeolis and Ionia, for it came over the mountains of Thrace, cf. 4.276 ff., 7.63 f., 23.200, 208; it is called “δυσαής” fierceblowing (23.200), and “κελαδεινός” loudroaring (23.208); it is never a gentle ‘zephyr’ in Homer, unless perhaps in the fairy-land Phaeacia (Od. 7.117), and possibly in Elysium (Od. 4.569 f.).βαθύ: lit. deep, i.e. high. ἐλθών: see on “ἰών Α” 138.
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