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οὔτετε, as O. T. 653, Ph. 1321, Ant. 763, El. 350, 1078, fr. 86, 4. The converse, “τεοὔτε”, is not found (n. on 367).

ὁδοῖς, his journeys from Thebes to Argos, and from Argos to Attica. Ant. 1212δυστυχεστάτην κέλευθον ἕρπω τῶν παρελθουσῶν ὁδῶν”. (Not, “"proceedings."”)

Wecklein reads ξυνήδομαί σου (for σοι): rightly, I think. With σοι, ταῖς παρελθούσαις ὁδοῖς is usu. taken as causal, “"on account of thy past journeys"”: but such a dat., in addition to the dat. of the person, is most awkward. We should expect either the dat. with “ἐπί”, or else a gen., as Dem. or. 15 § 15Ῥοδίοις γε...συγχαίρω τῶν γεγενημένων”. And ξυνήδομαι was constantly used with a dat. of the thing in which one takes joy, or of which one approves: Isocr. or. 5 § 8συνησθεὶς...τοῖς περὶ τῆς εἰρήνης”: or. 8 § 87συνησθησόμενοι ταῖς ἡμετέραις συμφοραῖς” (exult in): Eur. Med. 136οὐδὲ συνήδομαι ...ἄλγεσι δώματος”: Hipp. 1286τί...τοῖσδε συνήδει;” (these deeds): Rhes. 958οὐ μὴν θανόντι γ᾽ οὐδαμῶς συνήδομαι” (his death): Arist. Rhet. 2.4. 3 “τὸν συνηδόμενον τοῖς ἀγαθοῖς” (rejoicing in one's prosperity).

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