The phrases [face=spionic]po/tnia mh/thr[/face] and [face=spionic]po/tnia Dhw/[/face] are very frequent. When used like this, is [face=spionic]po/tnia[\face] an adjective, meaning "revered, august", or a substantive, like "Lady Mother" or "Lady Demeter"? I'm leaning toward the adjective. Is there a good way to tell?
In line 3, [face=spionic]eu)ru/opa[/face] (which I would like to think of as "far-seeing") is noted by Richardson to mean "with far-reaching voice". He cites Chantraine GH v1 200. I would very much appreciate if someone with vol. one could pass on any interesting information.
In line 58 appears the phrase [face=spionic]soi\ d' w)=ka le/gw nhmerte/a pa/nta[/face]. Is [face=spionic]nhmerte/a pa/nta[/face] masc.sg. "the whole truth", or neut.pl. "all truths"? It can't be adverbial, right? (either "completely truthfully" or "I will tell you everything truthfully")