ἴτ᾽, in urgent petition, as 248, O. T. 46 “ἴθ᾽...ἀνόρθωσον”: 1413 “ἴτ᾽, ἀξιώσατ”. γλυκεῖαι, with blandishment, as Tr. 1040 “ὦ γλυκὺς Ἅιδας”. No other poet of the class. age (I think) ventures on this use of “γλυκύς” in addressing deities, which, indeed, is somewhat apt to recall the Aristophanic “ὦ γλύκων, ὦ γλυκύτατε”. Σκότου: on 40.
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