Homer, Odyssey 17.221

Classical Quarterly 49 (01):315- (1999)
In the discussions and debates about the precise nature of Melanthios’ abuse of Eumaios and Odysseus at Od. 17.215–32 and especially the meaning of μoλoβρóν at 219, an important point appears to have been missed
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