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[380] ἐυπλόκαμοι: a standing epithet,—without reference to color, quality, or abundance of the hair, but only to the neatness of the braids.

δεινήν: cf. “Ε 839.

ἱλάσκονται: are propitiating, i.e. are striving to appease.

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