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[367] πὰρ δέ οἱ: while at his side, i.e. as “ἡνίοχος θεράπων”. The charioteers of princes were of noble families and on most intimate relations with the chiefs. The “θεράπων” corresponded in general to the knight's esquire in the Middle Ages.

Σθένελος: short form for “Σθενέλαος”, which has the same meaning as “Δημοσθένης”.

Καπανήιος: of Capaneus. See § 21 k. The adj. is equiv. to a gen., as in “Νηληίψ υἷι2.20.

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