τὰ δ᾽—σφῷν and, on the other hand, if the ills arising from you two are to be added to the former ills. Prof. Kennedy gives τὰ δ᾽, rightly, I think: for γᾶ φθίνουσα refers to the blight and plague （25）: τάδ᾽ would obscure the contrast between those troubles and the new trouble of the quarrel.προσάψει intrans., as perh. only here and in fr. 348 καί μοι τρίτον ῥίπτοντι ... ι ἀγχοῦ προσῆψεν, “he came near to me.” Eur. Hipp. 188 “τὸ μέν ἐστιν ἁπλοῦν: τῷ δὲ συνάπτει ι λύπη τε φρενῶν χερσίν τε πόνος,” “is joined.” It is possible, but harsh, to make προσαψει act. with γῆ as subject. Since in 695 ἀλύουσαν κατ᾽ ὀρθὸν οὐρίσας is clearly sound, Herm. rightly struck out καὶ before τὰ δ᾽ here. See on 696.
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