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[64] μή μοι: adversative asyndeton, see § 2 m. “I acknowledge my lack of thine unyielding courage, but do not cast in my teeth the gifts of Aphrodite.”

πρόφερε: cf. 2.251.

χρυσέης: equiv. to “χρυσοφόρου”, adorned with gold; see on 2.872, cf. Venus aurea Verg. Aen. x. 16. Similarly, Ares is “χάλκεος Ε” 704, 859, because of his bronze armor.

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