ἰχώρ: only here and 416, of the blood of the gods. — This corrects and limits the statement of the preceding verse. See on 313.ῥέει: flows. In a different sense from “ῥέε” 339. See on “δέδεξο” 228. θεοῖσιν: dat. of interest; not local. — cf. ‘From the gash| A stream of nectarous humor issuing flowed| Sanguine, such as celestial spirits may bleed,’ Milton Par. Lost vi. 331 ff., of Satan.
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