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[293] ἔνθα: then. A particle of transition in the story.

ἔτετμε: equiv. to “εὗρε.—λιγὺν κτλ”.: cf. 1.248.

Πυλίων: see on 2.591.

ἀγορητήν: equiv. to Attic “ῥήτωρ”.—Nestor, the oldest and wisest of the Achaeans, brought against Troy a larger force than any other chieftain, except Agamemnon. See 2.591 ff. He stood with his Pylians on the right of the Locrians, and on the left of the Athenians; cf. 273, 327.

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