cf. 4.173.—“κὰδ δὲ κτλ”.: virtually a conclusion to the cond. implied in vs. 158 f., “if they should thus flee, then they would” etc., cf. (challenge to a conflict) “οἱ δέ κ̓ ὰγασσάμενοι” (approving) . . . “οἶον ἐπόρσειαν” (would urge) “πολεμίζειν κτλ. Η” 41 f., “ὣς ἐρέουσιν, ἐμοὶ δέ κ̓ ὀνείδεα ταῦτα γένοιτο ζ” 285.κάδ: for the apocope, see §11 a, b. εὐχωλήν: pred. with “Ἑλένην”, as a triumph, a boast; cf. Hecuba's apostrophe of Hector, “ὅ μοι νύκτας τε καὶ ἦμαρ ι εὐχωλὴ κατὰ ἄστυ πελέσκεο Χ” 432 f. For the const., cf. “Γ 50, ἀστέρα ἧκε Κρόνου πάις . . . ἢ ναύτῃσι τέρας” (as a portent) 4.75 f., 137, 197, “Λ 28, Μ 57, Ξ 325, Ο” 646.
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