“οἱ δ̓ ἀμφὶ κτλ”.: see on v. 148, 2.445.
: an aged Trojan, husband of Phrontis (17.40
), father of the seer Polydamas (18.249
ff.), Euphorbus (16.808
, in whose body the soul of Pythagoras claimed to have lived), and Hyperenor (“Ξ 516, Π
” 23 ff.). From 15.521
f., Panthoüs is inferred to be a priest of Apollo, cf. Panthus Othryades, arcis Phoebique sacerdos Verg. Aen.
: only here in Homer. Vergil uses the name: primusque Thymoetes | duci (sc. wooden horse) intra muros hortatur Aen.
ii. 32 f.
147 = 20.238
, where it is said that these three heroes were sons of Laomedon, and brothers of Priam. All these had sons in the Trojan army, 15.526
, 419, 546.
: see on 2.540