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[237] τῶν: this is followed by a more exact division into two classes, introduced by “ τοι” and “αὖτε”. “Their own bodies will lie unburied; their wives and children will be carried into captivity.”

αὐτῶν: contrasted with “ἀλόχους” and “τέκνα”.

γῦπες ἔδονται: cf. “αὐτοὺς δὲ ἑλώρια τεῦχε κύνεσσινͅ οἰωνοῖσί τε δαῖτα Α” 4 f., “Π 836, Σ 271, Χ” 42. See on 1.4.

γῦπες: in ‘chiastic’ relation to “ἡμεῖς” 238. cf. 5.235 f.

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