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[276] ἐρχόμενον κτλ.: coming over the sea, toward the on-looker.

ὑπὸ κτλ.: driven by the blast of Zephyrus. This wind came to the plain of Troy from the cold mountains of Thrace, and was to the Homeric poet no mild ‘Zephyr,’ but a blustering, stormy wind. See on 2.147.

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