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[70] ὅς ῥα κτλ.: nearly equiv. to “ὅν ῥα νόθον περ ἐόντα κτλ. μέν” and “δέ” mark a contrast.

πύκα: carefully.

Θεανώ: Antenor's wife; daughter of the Thracian king Cisses, 11.223 f., and priestess of Athena, 6.298 ff. The Thracians and Trojans were closely allied.

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