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[48] = 24.69 f.

δαιτὸς ἐίσης: the language of human life is applied to the life of the gods. That feast was ‘equal’ in which each had a fair share. See on 1.468.

λοιβῆς κτλ.: in explanatory appos. with “δαιτός”. The sacrifice is a feast to which the gods are invited. This invitation lays the divinities under obligations to confer favors in return; cf. Od. 1.60 ff.

τό: refers to “λοιβῆς κτλ”., but is attracted to the number of the pred., “γέρας”. See H. 631; cf. G. 135, N. 4.

ἡμεῖς: emphatic, we gods.

50 = “Α 551, Π 439, Σ 360, γ” 309.

βοῶπις: an epithet almost peculiar to Hera. See on 1.551.

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