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κατ᾽ Ἄργος. This brings the first flash of light to Oed.,—he remembers Ismene's words (378). Cp. on 1156.

τοῦτο is best taken as acc. after τυχεῖν: cp. 1106 n., and O. T. 1155τί προσχρῄζων μαθεῖν”; But it might, of course, be acc. after “προσχρῄζοι, τυχεῖν” being epexegetic inf.

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