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[495] ὀξέα δοῦρε: the epithet of “δοῦρε” is always plural. cf. “Γ 18, Λ 43, Π 139, μ 229, χ” 125.

δοῦρε: the two spears which the Homeric heroes often carried into battle.

στρατόν: sc. “Τρώων”.

497 = “Ρ 343. — οἵ”: i.e. the Trojans, contained in “στρατόν 495. — ἐλελίχθησαν”: turned about, rallied. the passive is simply intrans. here; cf. “φόβηθεν 498, χάρησαν 514, στρεφθέντε 575. — ἐναντίοι”: cf. 12. — “ἔσταν [ἔστησαν”]: inceptive, as usual.

Ἀχαιῶν: for the gen. after a local adj., see G. 181 N.; H. 754 f.

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