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[152] Ξάνθον: prob. a short form for “Ξανθόδωρος”, named from the river. cf. “Σκαμάνδριον” 49. “Ξάνθος”, however, may stand for “Ξάνθιππος” (cf. the name of Socrates's wife).

Θόωνα: to be distinguished from two other Trojans of the same name, “Λ 422; Μ 140, Ν” 545.

Φαίνοπος: Phaenops, also, has one or two ‘homonyms’; cf. 17.312, 583.

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