πεδίον: the plain between the camp and the city.προχέοντο: cf. ‘Saw what numbers numberless | The city gates outpour'd, light-arm'd troops’ etc. Milton Par. Regained iii. 310 f. Σκαμάνδριον: “σκ” here does not make position, cf. vs. 634, 824; see § 41 i. “ε”. ὑπό: adv., explained by the following ablatival gen. “ποδῶν”, cf. “ὑπὸ δὲ κτύπος ὤρνυτο ποσσὶν ι ἀνδρῶν Τ” 363 f.
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