For αὐτίκ᾽ Ὀϊλιάδην Zen. read “αὐτίκ᾽ ἄρ᾽ Ἰλιάδην”, perhaps a reminiscence of an older “αὐτίκα Ἰλιάδην”, cf. 2.527, 13.203, 712, 15.333, in all of which “Ἰλεύς” or “Ἰλιάδης” is found as a variant; and compare “Ἰλιάδα”, the probable reading in Pind. O. ix. 112.The correct form of the patronymic would be “Ὀϊλεΐδης”, and so Nauck reads (“ϝιλϝεϝιδης” KnightPind. P.'.
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