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[334] 334-453. Aphrodite is wounded by Diomed, and taken to Olympus in the chariot of Ares. Aeneas is carried to the Pergamus by Apollo, and healed there.

ἐκίχανε: sc. “Κύπριν”. For the impf., cf. 65.

καθ᾽ ὅμιλον: cf. 528; on “Δ 209. — ὀπάζων”: pressing forward. Cf. 16.462.

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