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[867] Νάστης: he and his brother and their father are mentioned only here.

Καρῶν: mentioned only incidentally, “Κ 428. — βαρβαροφώνων”: rough-voiced, refers to the harshness of their dialect, as “ἀγριοφώνους θ” 294. The word “βάρβαρος” for non-Greek, foreigner, is not found in Homer, just as the poet has no one word for ‘all Greece.’

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