381 = 19.275.
δεῖπνον: the principal meal of the day, no matter when it is taken, see § 2 v. The warriors would have no more food until night. A considerable part of the day had passed during the events narrated since v. 48.
ξυνάγωμενἌρηα: i.e. begin the sharp contest, see on v. 426; cf. v. 440, “Α 8, Γ 70, ἔριδαξυνάγοντεςἌρηοςΞ 149, σύναγονκρατερὴνὑσμίνηνΠ” 764, Lat. committere proelium.
Homer's Iliad, Books I-III. Thomas D. Seymour. Boston. Ginn and Company. 1891.
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