Μήοσιν: later called Lydians. They inhabited an attractive land, 3.401; they were equipped with chariots, 10.431; they traded with the Trojans, 18.291 f.; their women were skilled in purple dyeing, 4.141 ff.Μέσθλης: appears again 17.216. Ἄντιφος: only here; another Antiphus, v. 678. ἡγησάσθην: see on v. 620.
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