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[195d] Homer it is who tells of Ate as both divine and delicate; you recollect those delicate feet of hers, where he says—“Yet delicate are her feet, for on the ground
She speeds not, only on the heads of men.
1 So I hold it convincing proof of her delicacy that she goes not on hard things but on soft.

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    • Walter Leaf, Commentary on the Iliad (1900), 19.91
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