ὣςδ̓αὔτως: and thus in like manner; see § 24 j.
Μενέλαος: Menelaus came forth to battle equipped with armor (v. 29), but put it off as the rest did, v. 114.
ἀρήιος: a short form of “ἀρηίφιλος”, see on v. 21.
ἔντεα: equiv. to “τεύχεα”, chiefly of defensive armor.
340 = “Ψ 813. — ἑκάτερθενὁμίλου”: on either side of the throng.
341 = v. 266.
Homer's Iliad, Books I-III. Thomas D. Seymour. Boston. Ginn and Company. 1891.
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