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[749] καὶ μὴν “indeed” I fear (as you do): Soph. Ant. 221, Soph. El. 556.

ἃνδ᾽ is certainly preferable to δ᾽ ἂν in a poet whose versification is not characterised by any love of unnecessary διάλυσις. Even in prose we find ὃς ἂν δέ instead of “ὃς δὲ ἄν,Hdt. 7.8.

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