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[12] οῖ: i.e. Diomed. Const. with “ἐναντίω”. See G. 186; H. 772.

ἀποκρινθέντε: separated, sc. from their companions. Their chariot was in advance of the Trojan line. This was careless; cf. 4.303 ff. — The following ‘hiatus’ is justified by the verse-pause.

ἐναντίω: “to meet him.” Predicate. cf. 497, “ἀντίος ἦλθε θέων Ζ 54, ἀντίοι ἔσταν ἅπαντες Α” 535.

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