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[137] μίτρης: a broad band of metal, doubtless lined with soft cloth, worn about the body, protecting the lower abdomen below the rather short breastplate. The arrow hit where cuirass and mitra lapped. cf. 187, 216, 5.857, 707.

ἐφόρειν: [“ἐφόρει”] for the final “ν”, cf. “ᾕρειν” 23.

ἔρυμα: pred. as a protection.

ἕρκος κτλ.: cf. 299, 5.316. For the ablatival gen., see § 3 d.

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