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[312] 312-368. Hector at the home of Paris and Helen.

This verse, with a beginning similar to that of the preceding, forms a transition to the following action, which was contemporary with the prayers to Athena. cf. “Ε 84, Ρ 424, Ψ 1, ν” 185.—“While these were praying.”—For the ‘parataxis,’ cf. 148.

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