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[146] “οἱ δ̓ ἀμφὶ κτλ”.: see on v. 148, 2.445.

Πάνθοον: 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. ii. 319.

Θυμοίτην: 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.

ὄζον Ἄρηος: see on 2.540.

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