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[138] χραύσῃ: wounds, shall have wounded. For the subjv., cf. “παμφαίνῃσι” 6.

αὐλῆς: wall of the farm-yard. Cf.ι 184, ξ” 5. But “αὐλῆς” 142 is the farm-yard itself; cf. 4.433. — This verse and the following contain the point of the comparison: the lion and Diomed are not weakened but rendered more fierce by their wounds.

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