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[1210] πεσεῖν here = ἐμπεσεῖν (which Hartung would read, but unnecessarily). Aristoph. Thes. 1122πεσεῖν ἐς εὐνὰς καὶ γαμήλιον λέχος.” The bold use is assisted byθαλαμηπόλῳ (bridegroom) which goes closely with πεσεῖν.

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