Apparently we must accent the penultimate in “Amphinomus” if the line is to scan.
But Amphinomus would not hear, for so had Athene doomed that he should fall on the day of the great vengeance.
Before Odysseus could fix another arrow to the string, Amphinomus was upon him, with sword uplifted to slay him.
Amphinomus took two loaves out of the bread-basket and brought them to him, pledging him as he did so in a golden goblet of wine.
But he did not succeed, Amphinomus clearly voices their sentiment, and the council dissolves.
With this he caught hold of a footstool, but Ulysses sought protection at the knees of Amphinomus of Dulichium, for he was afraid.
This Amphinomus differed in character from the other suitors, being a prudent and fair-minded man.
Then Amphinomus rushed towards Ulysses, but Telemachus sent his spear from behind through his shoulders.
This man's name was Amphinomus, and he was the chief among the wooers who came from Dulichium.
Telemachus saw his father's peril, and thrust Amphinomus in the back with his spear.