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[297] ἱππῆας: knights, horsemen,— but on chariots, not as cavalry. sc. “ἔστησε” from 298; cf. 253 f.—Nestor was a skilled tactician, 2.362 ff., 553 ff., and here are found the beginnings of Greek military tactics.

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