ἀθανάτων: is followed by a distinct pause.εἰλυμένος κτλ.: the most prominent part of his body is mentioned as representing his whole form. cf. (“Ἀπόλλων”) “εἱμένος ὤμοιιν νεφέλην Ο” 308, “ἀμφὶ δ᾽ ἄῤ ἄρρηκτον νεφέλην ὤμοισιν ἕσαντο” (sc. “οἱ θεοί”) 20.150, nube candentes humeros amictos| augur Apollo Horace Carm. i. 2. 31 f.
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