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[60] Ἰλίου: const. with the fg. “ἐξ.” cf. “θεᾶς 100, μάχης Ε” 763.

ἀκήδεστοι: unburied. Cf.σώματ᾽ ἀκηδέα ω 187, κηδεμόνες Ψ” 674.

ἄφαντοι: leaving no trace behind. — Both adjs. are ‘proleptic.’ “May they perish and be” etc.

61 = “Η 120, Ν” 788.

παρέπεισεν: with reference to “ἔπειθεν” 51. “Wrought a change in the mind of his brother.”

ἀδελφειοῦ: cf. 5.21. The form “ἀδελφός” is not Homeric. “κασίγνητος” is more than twice as freq. as “ἀδελφεός”.

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