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[187] ζῶμα (“ζώννυμι”): the lower part of the cuirass about which the girdle was drawn. Obs. the suffixes of “ζῶ-μα” and “ζωσ-τήρ”. G. 129, 2; 129, 4; H. 550; 553, 1. This is called “θώρηξ”, less definitely, in 133 ff.

μίτρη: see on 137.

τήν: “ἥν”.

κάμον [ἔκαμον]: wrought. Cf. 5.338, 735.

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