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[214] χευάντων. Here, as often, an indefinite subject in the plural has to be supplied, as with “θέντων Od.19. 599.Cp. also Od.1. 194; 5.273; 7.10; Il.4. 477; 5.306; 18. 487, 493; 22. 389; 23. 705; 24. 316. Similar to this is the use of “φασί Od.1. 220; 3. 84, 212; 4. 387; 6. 42.

μῦθοιἔσονται, ‘but there shall be stories in the morning for Telemachus and me to tell at length (“διαειπέμεν”) to each other.’ With the infinitive διαειπέμεν after “ἔσονται” cp. Il.13. 312ἀμύνειν εἰσὶ καὶ ἄλλοι Il., 15. 129 οὔατ̓ ἀκουέμεν ἕστι”.

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