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τοῦδ̓ is often taken here as= “ἐμοῦ” (450), when it would go with ὅμαιμοι: but it rather means Oed., like τοῦδ᾽ in 1407. A change of reference, within three vv., would be awkward. Cp. 331.

ἀλλ̓ begins the appeal (237): it might be “"at least"” (1276), but the other view is better, esp. as σφώ γ̓ follows.

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