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[822] ἅμα τῷ γε: cf. v. 745, 12.99.

Ἀντήνορος: Antenor was the Trojan Nestor, and father of many doughty sons, of whom nine are mentioned in the Iliad, besides the two following. Seven of the eleven sons were slain in the battles of the Iliad. He advocated the restoration of Helen and her treasures, 7.350 ff.; he received Menelaus and Odysseus at his house when they came to Troy as embassadors, 3.205 ff.; he accompanied Priam to the field to strike a truce, 3.262. cf. 3.148.

823 = M 100.

Ἀρχέλοχος: slain by Ajax, 14.463 ff.

Ἀκάμας: slain by Meriones, 16.342 ff.

μάχης πάσης: every kind of battle, — on foot or in the chariot, with lance or sword. For the gen., see on v. 718.

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