ἄλλοι: made prominent before the rel. clause.ἑκατόμπολιν: a round number, cf. v. 449; see Od. 19.174 quoted on v. 645. cf. quae simul centum tetigit potentem | oppidis Creten Hor. Carm. iii. 27. 33 f., centum nobilem Cretam urbibus id. Epod. ix. 29, centum urbes habitant magnas, uberrima regn<*> Verg. Aen. iii. 106.
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