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[359] For the use of τόδε after “οἶνος” see note on Od. 12.75.

ἀπορρώξ. Properly a part broken off from another, used in Homer of a stream which is a ‘branch’ of the Styx, Il.2. 755; Od.10. 514.The adjective “ἀπορρῶγες”, ‘abrupt,’ is found as an epithet of “ἀκταί” in Od.13. 98.

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