ἀκροκελαινιόων, “ἅπ. λεγ”., with black surface. For the rest of the couplet cf. 137-38. For μιν Bentley conj. “μέν”, but this is needless, cf. “μιν . . Ναυσικάαν,” Od. 6.48, and the common use of “ὁ” as a pronoun in apposition with a proper name. Still the redundant pronoun suggests that 250 has been interpolated from 138.
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