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[169] ἔπειτα: thereupon.

Ὀδυσῆα: Odysseus was the special favorite of Athene whose care alone secured his return to his home after his long wanderings. Nestor said to Telemachus “οὐ γάρ πω ἴδον ὧδε θεοὺς ἀναφανδὰ” (openly) “φιλεῦντας ὡς κείῳ” (Odysseus) “ἀναφανδὰ παρίστατο Παλλὰς Ἀθήνη γ” 221 f., cf. 10.245, 278 f., 23.771 ff., (“θεὰ”) “ τὸ πάρος περ μήτηρ ὣς Ὀδυσῆι παρίσταται ἠδ̓ ἐπαρήγει” 782 f., Od. 13.300 f., Od. 1.48 ff., and the Odyssey passim.

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