= 66 f.73 = “Τ 349, Χ 186, ω 487.—ὣς” εἰπών: saying this, by these words. πάρος μεμαυῖαν: Athena was eager to go, even before she received instructions to do so, since she was of one mind with Hera. cf. 20 ff. 74 = “Β 167, Χ 187, Ω 121, α 102, ω” 488; cf. “Α 44, Η 19, Ξ 225, Τ” 114. βῆ: “ἔβη”, § 25 b. ἀίξασα: starting up. —This was Athena's third descent during the action of the Iliad.
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