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[136] δύσετο: equiv. to “ἔδυ”, just as “βήσετο Ε” 745 is to “ἔβη. — κατὰ κῦμα”: down into the wave.

κόλπῳ: to her bosom. For the dat., see on “ἑτάροισι Δ” 523. — Thetis lived with her father, in the Aegean Sea, not far from Thrace. On another occasion she gave similar refuge to Hephaestus; 18.398.

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