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[341] θάνατοι are ‘forms of death;’ elsewhere in Homer, called “κῆρες θανάτοιο Il.11. 332; 12.327. Löwe compares “δεσμοὺς καὶ θανάτουςPlat. Crit. 46 C, “mortes imperatoriaeCic. de Fin. 2. 30 , “omnes per mortesVirg. Aen. 10. 854.

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