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[180] γένεθλαπόλεως), “her sons”: cp. 1424 τὰ θνητῶν γένεθλα, the sons of men. νηλέα, unpitied; ἀνοίκτως, without οἶκτος, lament, made for them: they receive neither ταφή nor θρῆνος. Cp. Thuc. 2.50πολλῶν ἀτάφων γιγνομένων” (in the plague, 430 B.C.).

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