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[420] Τρωάς: see on v. 384.

λάθεν: sc. “βᾶσα”, as she departed with her two maids (cf. vs. 143, 422). — Helen, in her shame, veiled herself silently, and followed the goddess without attracting attention.

ἦρχε: as “Α 495. — δαίμων”: nowhere else in Homer of a definite divinity.

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