433-34 = 21.1-2, 24.692-93. In all the numerous alternations of the war this is the first mention we have had of the ford across the Skamandros, which in the passages quoted lies directly between the camp and the city. The poet treats his topography with the utmost freedom, according to his needs for the moment.
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