It is more likely that, as our MSS. suggest, παθεῖν should have been a commentator's conjecture than that θανεῖν should have been a copyist's error （from v. 713）. No objection can be drawn from the occurrence of πρὸς παιδὸς θανεῖν so soon after 713: see on 519.
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