πᾶν: refers to “τόξον”, the product of the work which has been described: cf. “τὸμέν” 112.
λειήνας: i.e. he smoothed off the rings of the horns. cf. “λεῖος”, lēvis.
χρυσέην: disyllabic. cf. “χρυσέοις” 3.
κορώνην: the hook at one end of the bow, to receive the loop of the string which was fastened to the other end of the bow.
Homer's Iliad, Books IV-VI. Thomas D. Seymour. Boston. Ginn and Company. 1891.
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