κατεπλήγη: “was filled with dismay”; not from natural cowardice (cf. Hector's words to Paris, “ἐπεὶ ἄλκιμός ἐσσι Ζ” 522), but his guilty conscience robbed him of courage, at sight of Menelaus. ‘Conscience does make cowards of us all.’φίλον: see on v. 138, 1.491. ἦτορ: see on 1.44. 32 = “Λ 585, Ν 566, 596, 648, Ξ 408, Π” 817; cf. 13.165, 533.
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