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[1410] ἔξω μέ που καλύψατ᾽ the blind man asks that they will lead him away from Thebes, and hide him from the sight of men in some lonely spot—as amid the wilds of Cithaeron (1451). We must not transpose καλύψατ᾽ and ἐκρίψατ᾽, as is done in Schneidewin's ed. (as revised by Nauck), after Burges.

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