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[96] αἴ κεν κτλ.: explains the preceding clause. cf. “νόστου δὴ μνῆσαι . . . μὴ καὶ πεφοβημένος ἔλθῃς, μή πού τις καὶ Τρῶας ἐγείρῃσιν θεὸς ἄλλος Κ” 509 ff., Od. 19.81 ff.

Τυδέος υἱόν: Diomed is the chief terror of the Trojans, after his exploits in the preceding Book.

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