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ψυχὴ δὲ -- τετριγυῖα. Il. XXIII 100. “The voice,” says Leaf, “is as weak a copy of the living voice as is the εἴδωλον of the αὐτός”: whence τετριγυῖα and τετριγυῖαι again just below.

ὡς δ̓ ὅτε -- ᾔεσαν. Said of the souls of the suitors following Hermes down to Hades: Od. XXIV 6—9. Possibly we should read ἤισαν for ᾔεσαν (with Howes, Harvard Studies in Cl. Philol. VI p. 190).

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