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[348] ὑμείων: “ὑμῶν”, § 24 a. Gen. with “προπάροιθε”.

μαχοίατο: “μάχοιντο”, § 26 t.

349 = 14.82; cf. 411, 5.251, 888.

ὑπόδρα: (perh. from under the brows), askance, fiercely. Found only with “ἰδών”, and always after the first trochee of the verse. cf. torva tuentem Verg. Aen. vi. 467.

350 = 14.83; cf. 25, “α 64, γ 230, ε 22, τ 492, φ 168, ψ” 70.

φύγεν: escaped.

σέ, ἕρκος ὀδόντων: i.e. thy teeth.ἕρκος” is in appos. with “σέ”, cf. “γυῖα” 230. — cf. ‘slide through my infant lips;| Driving dumb silence from the portal door,’ Milton Vacation Exercise 4 f.; ‘Within my mouth you have engaol'd my tongue,

Doubly portcullis'd with my teeth and lips,’ Shakspere Rich. II. i. 3. 166. —Odysseus soon distinguishes himself, and shows the falsity of the reproaches which have been cast upon him. In 14.82 ff., he rebukes Agamemnon, in turn, for his willingness to withdraw from before Troy. See on 365 f.

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