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THE MIST SHED BY ZEUS IN ILIAD XVII
The mist that persistently obscures and surrounds the battle over Patroclus in Iliad 17 is considered both as
a natural meteorological phenomenon, and as an instrument of divine intervention manifesting Zeus' sympathy in
accord with his larger plan to glorify Achilleus.
HAURANUS THE EPICUREAN
C. Stallius Hauranus, an Epicurean in Naples known from his funerary epigram (Courtney no. 22), is
shown by his cognomen to be a freedman from Syria, as the name Hauranus is Semitic and recurs in 2 Macc. 4.40.