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[404] ὃς κτλ.: this rel. clause is added without a conj., since it is explanatory, introducing an example of the preceding statement.

ἔκηδε: troubled, wounded. Cf. 400. — Obs. that Heracles's weapon in Homer is the bow. He is said not to have appeared in literature with a club before Stesichorus, — but representations of him so armed are found on very early coins.

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