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[328] ὑπερωιόθεν. Homer might have said “ὑπερωίῳ”, ‘in her chamber,’ as Od.4. 787; but besides the notion that she is in her chamber, we get the additional one that she hears the singing at that distance; cp. Il.9. 571 δ᾽ ἠεροφοῖτις ἐρινὺς

ἔκλυεν ἐξ Ἐρέβεσφιν”, Il.11. 603 δὲ κλισίηθεν ἀκούσας”. So ‘Hear Thou from heaven’ 2 Chron. 6. 23. The converse of this, expressing not the distance at which a sound is heard, but the distance over which it travels, is found in “πεύθετο γὰρ Κύπρονδε μέγα κλέος Il.11. 21.
θέσπις. θεός” and stem “σεπ”, as in “ἔννεπε Od.1. 1.

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