τῷ κε ϝικήσαντι: him who gains the victory. For the dem. art. with the partic., cf. “τῷ μὲν νικήσαντι ... ἀνδρὶ δὲ νικηθέντι Ψ” 702 ff., “τὸν ἄγοντα Φ 262, ὁ νικηθείς Ψ 663. — κέ”: const. with “νικήσαντι”, as is shown by its position and by “ὁππότερος δέ κε νικήσῃ” v. 71. So v. 255. No other example of this const. is found in Homer.φίλη: standing epith., esp. with words which denote relationship (as “τοκῆες, πατήρ, πάις, τέκνον, ξεῖνος, ἑταῖρος”) or a part of the human body (as “κεφαλή, χεῖρ, γυῖα”), or mind (“κῆρ, ἦτορ”). See on A 491, § 1 p. κεκλήση: thou shalt be called. See on “Α 293, Β” 260.
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