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[210] i.e. as well the early generations, Sisyphus and Glaucus, at Corinth, as the later generations in Lycia, who were descended from Bellerophon.

211 = 20.241, where Aeneas speaks.

ταύτης: in thought is const. with both nouns.

τοί: “since you ask the question”; with reference to 123. Glaucus ends as he began.

γενεῆς: ablatival gen. of source. cf. 5.265.

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