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[4] Obs. the ‘asyndeton.’

δαῖέ οἱ: kindled for him.δαῖε” is trans., as “Ι 211, Σ 206, 227, η” 7. cf. 7.

ἀκάματον: unwearying. A standing epithet. — cf. ardet apex capiti cristisque a vertice flamma| funditur et vastos umbo vomit aureus ignis.| non secus ac liquida si quando nocte cometac| sanguinei lugubre rubent aut Sirius ardor Verg. Aen. x. 270 ff.

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