ἐύπρυμνοι: only here, but it is a fitting epithet, since the ships were drawn up on shore with their bows toward the sea, and the sterns were a prominent part of the camp. cf. “ἵστατονεῖκοςἐπὶπρυμνῇσινέεσσινΝ” 333.
Homer's Iliad, Books IV-VI. Thomas D. Seymour. Boston. Ginn and Company. 1891.
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