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[287] “ἐνθάδε κτλ”.: as they were still coming, “as they were on their way to Troy,” cf. Od. 4.351, 736.

Ἄργεος: i.e. Peloponnesus, see on 1.30. For the epith., cf. aptum dicet equis Argos ditesque Mycenas Hor. Carm. i. 7. 9.

288 = v. 113.—“ἐκπέρσαντα: σέ” is subj., supplied from “τοί” above.

ἀπονέ εσθαι: in app. with “ὑπόσχεσιν”.

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