ἀμφοῖν ἀπ᾽ αὐτοῖν sc. ἦλθε τὸ νεῖκος; Thus far, Iocasta only knew that Oedipus charged Creon with treason. The words of the Chorus now hint that Oedipus himself was partly to blame. “So then,” Iocasta asks, “provocation had been given on both sides?”λόγος the story （of the alleged treason）: for the words of Oed. （642 δρῶντα κακῶς, τέχνη κακή） had been vague.
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