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[226] cf. “Π 479, ζ” 81. — “You may drive, or wield the spear; just as you please.” — Aeneas came on foot to Pandarus, cf. 167; but (what is not expressly stated by the poet here) his charioteer followed him, and now Aeneas takes the reins and offers his charioteer's place to Pandarus. See on 108.

σιγαλόεντα: shining. Perhaps polished by some ‘blacking,’ but more prob. adorned with thin plates of bright metal.

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