βάσκ̓ ἴθι: up and go, a formula used by Zeus in addressing his messengers; said to Iris, “Θ 399, Λ 186, Ο 158, Ω” 144; to Hermes, 24.336; cf. vade age, nate, voca Zephyros Verg. Aen. iv. 223. For the asyndeton, cf. 1.99, 363.οὖλε: sc. for the Achaeans.
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