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[126] οἷον κτλ.: explanatory of “πατρώιον” 125.

σακέσπαλος (“σάκος, πάλλω”): formed and accented like “ἐγχέσπαλος”. The shield-wielder. Used like “ἀσπιστής” of a brave knight. cf. “ταλαύρινον” 289, and see on “κορυστήν Δ” 457.

ἱππότα: see on 4.317. This forms a convenient ‘tag’ to follow the ‘bucolic caesura’ at the close of the fourth foot, with “Νέστωρ, Πηλεύς, Φυλεύς”, and “Οἰνεύς”. See on 114; § 40 i.

Τυδεύς: cf. 4.372 ff.

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