Classical Quarterly 4 (4):228-231 (1910)

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One of the grounds for arguing that the books of the Iliad, I, K, Ψ, Ω, are late and Odyssean, is that there are found in them uses of certain prepositions, especially xs22EFπxs22EF, xs22EFν, xs22EFξ, which appear in the Odyssey, but not, or only very rarely, in the other twenty books of the Iliad.
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