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ἐγὼ δὲ σός: “"And I, thy son,—or (the corrective καί), if not really thy son,...thine at least in name."

πότμου: for gen., cp. last n. He does not mean, “"thou art not to blame for my tainted birth,"” but,—“"disowned by thee, I have no sire but evil Destiny."” For γέ τοι cp. O. T. 1171κείνου γέ τοι δὴ παῖς ἐκλῄζεθ᾽”.

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