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[396] καί ῥα: and so. This “ῥά” is resumed by the “ἄρα” of the apod., v. 398; cf. the repetition of “δή ω” 71 f. — “δειρὴν στήθεα κτλ”.: these parts were unchanged by the transformation (vs. 386-389); the divinities retained their characteristics even under a disguise, except when they desired to make themselves entirely unrecognizable by mortals. cf. “ὡς δὲ ἴδεν” (sc. “Ἀγχίσης”) “δειρήν τε κα<*> ὄμματα κάλ̓ Ἀφροδίτης” Hom. Hy. iv. 181. — All but Helen saw only the old woman.

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