Homer's Iliad Volume Bks. 4-6

Homer's Iliad Volume Bks. 4-6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ... npat in y 488; see 19 j. 544. cupvcios Bio'toio: cf. Z 14. The gen. is 'after an adj. of fulness.' Cf. dives opum Verg. Aen. i. 14. G. 180. 1; H. 753 c--yi'vos: ace. of specification; by birth. Cf 896. 545. 'AXtpciov: in appos. with irorapo7o. See on 313.--The wellknown river which flows from Arcadia, through Elis, past Olympia.--fvpv: cognate ace. as adverb. other hit the charioteer.--This passage is inconsistent with N 658 f., where Pylaemenes is alive and follows the corpse of his son from the battlefield. 579. fonara: prob. not on his chariot, since the emphatic position of the partic. seems explained only by the contrast between the chieftain and his charioteer. On 581.--viiji: cf. 46. Coincident with rvxhaas hitting.--TUXT)'cras: with Kota Ki(iSa), as M 189; cf. 98, oSrno-c Tvx&v Kota Scfrbv 3p.ov T 452. Elsewhere used absolutely. 580. MvScuva: a Faeonian 'homonym' is slain by Achilles, # 209.--ijvtoxov: adjectival, rein-holding, as 8 119, M 111, N 386.--The preceding diaeresis, after the third foot, is not disliked when the third foot has a distinct caesura. 40 /. 581. 'Anjivia8tv: his father 'Arifivtos is to be distinguished from his Lycian 'homonym, ' slain by Antilochus n 317.--o Si Kt.: equiv. to!nroarp((povTa. Pylaemenes seems to have been separated from his chariot, 620. Xa irpoVBus: "setting his foot upon him." Cf. Z 65, S6pu Xt A/co aiTeiAs etpvrre drew), & Trp6ir0as n 862 f.--Xo: on yyi 68. 621 f. = N 510 f.; cf. A 530 ft--aXXa: Tijxo follows, after the versepause, in apposition. Cf. 709 f., ?kto6ev (apart from) &Auv nirnarpuv a 132 f., v0a Trep &a j eyx6' 'OSuo-ffos Xararo a 128 f. 622. ujioiiv: for the 'quantity' of t lie ultima, cf. Xncoiir 13....show more

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