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Sir Richard C. Jebb, Commentary on Sophocles: Ajax, commLine 571 (search)
me/xris ou(=. This verse is doubtless due to an interpolator who wished to limit ei)saei/. It has three marks of spuriousness. (1) me/xri, not me/xris, is the Attic form. (2) The anapaest in the first foot is a needless harshness, when either e(/ws or e)/st' a)\n was available. (3) The division of an anapaest (in the first foot) between two words has no Sophoclean parallel except in Phil. 795 to\n i)/son xro/non tre/foite th/nde th\n no/son: and the Philoctetes was one of the latest plays (409 B.C.).—It might be added that muxou\s ki/xwsi is a somewhat strange phrase; though we may compare Il. 21. 128a)/stu kixei/omen. The use of ki/xw in 657 is slightly different