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[356] ἠέρι κτλ.: the spear seemed to lean on a thick bank of mist which concealed the god and his belongings. cf. 776.

ἵππω: the verb is suited only to “ἔγχος”. A similar verb is implied for “ἵππω”. See § 2 t. — Ares had taken his chariot with him, like the mortal chieftains and the other warlike divinities who descended from Olympus in order to take part in the battle. cf. 720 ff., 8.382 ff., 13.23 ff., 15.119 ff.

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