Τρωσίν: for the Trojans, cf. “τοῖσι δ̓ Ἐρευσαλίων πρόμος ἵστατο” (equiv. to “προμάχιζεν”) “Η 136. — Ἀλέξανδρος”: the Greek name of Paris, and used four times as freq. as the other. The dat, of “Πάρις” is not used, “Πάριος” only v. 325, “Πάριν” but thrice.θεοειδής: this epith. is given him because of his personal beauty; cf. vs<*> 39, 44 ff., 55, 64.
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