The following enumeration of allies has a radial arrangement, preceding from Troy as the centre and starting-point. Each radius ends with a “τηλόθεν” (vs. 849, 857, 877) or “τῆλε” (v. 863) for the most distant point from Troy. I. European line, (vs. 844-850). II. Northeast of Troy, on the southern shore of the Euxine sea (vs. 851-857). III. Southeast of Troy (vs. 858-863). IV. South of Troy (vs. 864-877).Θρήικας: European Thracians, dwelling between the Hebrus and the Hellespont. ἦγε for the sing., see on v. 512. Ἀκάμας: slain by Ajax, 6.8 ff. Πείροος: slain by Thoas, 4.527 ff.
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