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328. ων: his own. 329. Τυδ€ί8ην : after /actoi. — I'irirovs: dir. obj.

331 f . ο T6 : see on A 244. — ανδρών : const, with ττόλ^μΌν.

334-453. Aphrodite is wounded by Diomed, and taken to Olympus by
Ares. Aeneas is carried to the Pergamus by Apollo.

334. €κίχαν6 : .sc. Κιίττρίι/. — καθ' ομιλον : see on Δ 199.

338. άμβροσ-ίου : cf Γ 385.

340. p€€i : sc. in the veins. — Cf. ' From the gash | A stream of nec-
tarous humour issuing flowed | Sanguine, such as celestial spirits may
bleed,' Milton Par. Lost vi. 331 ff., of Satan.

342, καλέονται : on A 293.

343. μίγά, άίΓο ; on Δ 456 ; § 32 Λ. — κάββαλ€ν : see § 29 h.



152 COMMENTARY.

344 f . μ€τά χίρσίν : in his arms. — tis Δαναών : cf. 316. 346 = 317.

347. Cf. 101. 348. Cf. Γ 406, Δ 509.

349. η ουκ: as one syllable, § 25. — ηΐΓ€ροιτ€ύ€ΐ8 : cf. Γ 39, 399.

351. ττύθηαι : ττνθτ), § 44 h. 352. τ€ίρ€το 84 : for she was distressed.

353. iXova-a : sc. χειρό?. Cf Δ 542. — Iris acts on her own account,
as Γ 121.

354. μ6λα£ν€το : sc. ΆφροΒίτη, μίλανί αΓ/χατι. Cf. Δ 140. — χρόα :
sc. of her hand. 355. άριστίρά : sc. of the Greek line. Cf. 36.

356. ϊ-ΐΓίτω : see on Γ 327. 357. κασ-ιγνήτοιο : const. Avith Γππου?.

358. ΐΓολλά: cf 197. For the long ultima, cf Δια A 394.

359. φίλ€: cf. Δ 155. — κόμισ-αι : cf. A 594. 361. o: cognate ace.
365. -π-άρ κτλ.: cf Γ 262. 366. A formula. — Ιλάαν : βλαν, § 47 c.
371. λάζ€το : clasped. — θυγατφά: on μίγα 343. 372 = A 361.
373. Ούρανιώνων : § 39 α. 374. κακόν κτλ. : an open offender.
377. Answer to 373. 379. γάρ : refers to Τυδεο? νΙός 376.
382. Cf. A 586. — Dione comforts her daughter by recounting the

examples of three gods who had suffered worse than she.

384. Ιξ ανδρών: const, with τλημΕν. — eirC : const, with τιθέντες.

387. κ€ράμω : i.e. such a large jar as those found by Schliemann at
Hissarlik, and assumed in the story of ' Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves.'

— δ^δ€το : lay bound. — τρισκα(δ€κα κτλ.: i.e. a full year.

388. άττόλοιτο: c/. 311. 390. €ξ^κλ€ψ6ν: brought out by stealth.

391. Zi: as in 352. See ξ 21 d.

392. Nothing is known of this story, unless Hera came to the defence
oi Neleus at Pylus, against Heracles. — irais Άμφιτρ{)ωνο5 : cf. vlos Διό?
396. See on τοκηων Γ 140.

395. €v τοί(Γΐ : i.e. among the gods who were harmed by mortals.

396. ωυτ09 : 6 αυτός, § 26. — όδύνησ-ιν : const, with Ιδωκεν.
399. αύτάρ : § 21 e.

401 f. Parenthetical. — τω : i.e. ωμω. — ττάσσ-ων: cf Δ 218. — Itc'tvkto :
sc. Άιδϊ/ς. 403. σ-χ^τλιο? : sc. Heracles. See on Β 38 ; cf νητηος 406.

405 f. lirC : const, with σοι. Cf Γ 15. — τό : this, introduces 407 if.

407. Cf Ζ 130 f.

408 f. " His children do not rejoice in his return from the war," i.e. he
does not return. Cf 150. 410. τφ : therefore .

411 f. tIs : sc. θ€Ος. — Άδρηοττίνη : § 39 i. She seems to have been the
maternal aunt of Diomed as well as his wife.

413. Ιξ υττνου: const, with iyeipr}. — οΐκήα? : household.

415. In appos. with Αιγιαλεία 412.

416. άμψοτ€ρτ)σιν : see on τ-ρ Βεκάτγ} A 54. — άττό: const, with δμόργνυ,

— χίΐρό?: ablatival.



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419 f . κ€ρτομ(οις κτλ. : c/. Δ 6 f . The joke is on the side of the
goddesses now. They return the jest. — τοίσ-ι : see on A 58.

421. Athena does not ask for information. "Don't be vexed with me."

422 f. The reference to Aphrodite's relation to Helen is obvious. —
δΚΊταγλα κτλ.: c/. Γ 415. 424. Άχαιιάδων : added to explain των.

425. άραιήν: cf. άβληχρψ 337. 427. χρυ



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