λάβῃ: subjv., though after a secondary tense, preserving the form of the original command. cf. 334.
πολέας: cf. “πολέες” 143.
διά: const. with “πολέας. διά” and “ἀνά” do not suffer ‘anastrophe.’ § 37 c. This may have been in order to avoid confusion with “Δία” (“Ζεύς”) and “ἄνα” (voc. of “ἄναξ”).
κοιρανέοντα: commanding, going as commander. Cf. 250.
Homer's Iliad, Books IV-VI. Thomas D. Seymour. Boston. Ginn and Company. 1891.
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