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[78] εἰς καλὸν to fit purpose, “opportunely”: Plat. Sym. 174eεἰς καλὸν ἥκεις.Soph. Aj. 1168καὶ μὴν ἐς αὐτὸν καιρὸν ... πάρεισιν.” Cp. Aristoph. Ach. 686εἰς τάχος”=ταχέως, Aristoph. Birds 805εἰς εὐτέλειαν”=εὐτελῶς. οἵδε: some of those suppliants who are nearer to the stage entrance on the spectators' left—the conventional one for an arrival from the country— have made signs to the Priest. Creon enters, wearing a wreath of bay leaves bright with berries, in token of a favourable answer. See Appendix, Note 1, sect. 2.

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