τόσσον, ὅσον: acc. of extent, with “ἐπί”, cf. “Β 616. — τέ, τέ”: these mark the correlation of the clauses; see on 1.82. — Distances are thus measured in Homer: as the cast of a spear (“δουρηνεκές Κ 357, δουρὸς ἐρωή Ο” 358), or of a discus (“δίσκου οὖρα Ψ” 431), or of a shepherd's crook (23.845), or a bow-shot (Od. 12.83 f.), or a furrow's length (10.351), or the reach of the voice (Od. 9.473).
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