ἕδος: acc. of ‘limit of motion.’ cf. ‘ere he arrive| The happy ile,’ Milton Par. Lost ii. 409 f., ‘those powers that the queen| Hath raised in Gallia have arrived our coast,’ Shakspere 3 Henry VI. v. 3. 8, ‘But ere we could arrive the point pro posed,’ id. Julius Caesar i. 2. 110. — cf. 360.
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