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ἐκεῖνα, away yonder, in the past.

πατρῷα καὶ μ., connected with them: so Ant. 856πατρῷον δ᾽ ἐκτίνεις τιν᾽ ἆθλον”. He is to turn from his present causes for anger (τὰ νῦν) to the issues of his former anger—when he slew his sire.

μητρῷα, because the slaying prepared the marriage.

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