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[209] τῷ ῥα: so you see, therefore. Freq. at the beginning of a verse “τῷ” introduces the logical inference from the previous verses.

κακῇ αἴσῃ: for an evil fate. Cf. the words of Thetis to Achilles, “τῷ σε κακῇ αἴσῃ τέκον ἐν μεγάροισιν Α” 418. — The thought returns to 204.

ἀπὸ πασσάλου: so Penelope takes the bow of Odysseus from the peg, where it hangs in a case, Od. 21.53 f.

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