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[7] ἔνθα, not a local adverb, but rather a temporal one, as introducing a new feature in the story. See on Od. 1.11.

ἀκοίτις. This contracted form of the accusative plural is common in the form “ἤνις Il.6. 94, etc. Bekker also writes “πόλι_ς” in Od.8. 560; Il.2. 648; 9.328; 18. 342, 490, and in Il.12. 375ἐπάλξι_ς” for “ἐπάλξεις”, and, similarly, “νήστι_ς” for “νήστιας Il.19. 156.

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