Ἀτυμνιάδην: his father “Ἀτύμνιος” is to be distinguished from his Lycian ‘homonym,’ slain by Antilochus “Π 317. — ὁ δὲ κτλ”.: equiv. to “ὑποστρέφοντα”. Pylaemenes seems to have been separated from his chariot, but now to have summoned it in order to flee, like Aeneas, 571. But as the charioteer was about turning, he was slain.
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