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[425] περόνῃ: brooch, by which the robe (“πέπλος”) was fastened at the shoulder and down the side. This is made prominent by the verse-pause. — “Not by a spear was she wounded, but she scratched her hand on a breastpin!”

ἁραιήν: delicate little. Cf. 337.

426 = “Ο 47. — πατὴρ κτλ”.: cf. 4.68.

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