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[487] The most distinct expression of fatalism in Homer. “I shall not die if death is not appointed for me now, nor can I escape death if that is decreed.”

ὑπὲρ αἶσαν: cf. “Π 780, Ρ 321.—Ἄιδι κτλ”.: cf. 5.190.

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