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[110] ἀσκήσας: skilfully working. Cf. δ᾽ ἔπειτα βοὸς κέρασιν περίχευεν” (sc. “χρυσόν”)| “ἀσκήσας γ” 437 f. Const. with “ἤραρε”, skilfully joined,—uniting the butt-ends of the horns by a metal piece (“πῆχυς Λ” 375).

κεραοξόος τέκτων: mentioned only here in Homer. “τέκτων” was not yet restricted to the sense of ‘carpenter’; cf. “τέχνη”.

ἤραρε: sc. “ἀλλήλοιιν”.

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