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[319] ὣς ἔμεν: “τοιοῦτον εἶναι”. “That I were so strong as I was when,” etc. —For “ὥς” with “ἔμεν”, cf. “ἄνευθεν” 277.— For similar memories of Nestor, see 7.132 ff., 11.670 ff., 23.629 ff.

Ερευθαλίωνα: an Arcadian champion, whom Nestor slew in battle on the banks of the Celadon,—a river which the Phoenicians called Jardanus (cf. ‘Jordan’). The story is told in full in 7.132 ff.

κατέκταν: for the form, see § 35.

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