For this treatment of a wouldbe suppliant cf. Agamemnon's conduct to Adrestos, 6.37-65, and the sons of Antimachos, 11.130-47. The τένοντε are evidently the two strong bands of muscle which run up the back of the neck, the “ἰνίον” of 5.73. See also 4.521.
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