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[295] ὥς: here allows elision before it. On “Δ 482.

νείατος: predicate. As most precious and magnificent, this robe was least used, and so came to lie at the bottom of the pile.

ἄλλων: of all. This const. with “ἄλλων” is specifically Homeric. cf. “ὠκυμορώτατος ἄλλων Α” 505, ‘Adam the goodliest man of men since born | His sons, the fairest of her daughters, Eve,’ Milton Par. Lost iv. 323 f. See on 1.505.

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