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[425] ἀντἴ Ἀλεξάνδροιο: acc. to v. 391, Alexander was on the bed, but this is disregarded in the following narration, cf. “ἄρχε λέχοσδε κιών” v. 447.

θεά: added to give prominence to her condescension in performing a maid's duties.

φέρουσα: for the use of the partic., see on “ἰών Α” 138.

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