Aeneas' address, as Heyne remarks, is modelled on Poseidon's to Aeneas himself, after he had rescued him from Achilles, Il. 20. 332 foll. “Infelix, quae te dementia cepit?” E. 6. 47. τίς σ᾽ ὧδε θεῶν ἀτέοντα κελεύει κ.τ.λ. Il. l. c.
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