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[187] ἐστρατόωντο: were encamped, were on an expedition. cf. “οἵ ῥα τότ̓ ἐστρατόωνθ̓ ἱερὰ πρὸς τείχεα Θήβης Δ” 378.

Σαγγαρίοιο: the largest river in Asia Minor, except the Halys. It rises in Galatia and empties into the Black Sea in Bithynia; cf. Sangarius ex Adoreo monte per Phrygiam fluens miscetur ad Bithyniam Tymbri fluvio; inde maior iam geminatis aquis per Bithyniam fertur et in Propontidem sese effundit, non tamen tam magnitudine memorabilis, quam quod piscium accolis ingentem vim praebet. Livy xxxviii. 18. cf. (“Ἄσιος”) “αὐτοκασίγνητος” (own brother) “Ἑκάβης, υἱὸς δὲ Δύμαντος, ὃς Φρυγίῃ ναίεσκε ῥοῇς ἐπὶ Σαγγαρίοιο Π” 718 f.

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