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[56] ἀνδρῶν: a general form of statement, instead of “ἀνδρός”. cf. “πρὸς Τρώων” 57.

σοι κτλ.: an ironical question, with reference to the crime of Paris. — “You, I suppose, have been excellently treated by the Trojans.”

σοί: always emphatic in Homer. Here it marks the identity of person with “σύ” 55.

ἄριστα: corresponds to the Attic “εὖ”.

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