πλάνοις has excellent manuscript authority here; and Soph. uses “πλάνου” Soph. OC 1114, “πλάνοις” Soph. Phil. 758, but πλάνη nowhere. Aesch. has πλάνη only: Eur. πλάνος only, unless the fragment of the Rhadamanthus be genuine （659 Nauck(2), v. 8, οὕτω βίοτος ἀνθρώπων πλάνη）. Aristoph. has πλάνος once （Aristoph. Wasps 872）, πλάνη never. Plato uses both πλάνη and πλάνος, the former oftenest: Isocrates has πλάνος, not πλάνη.
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