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εἰσηκούσαμεν, simply “"heard"” (rather than “"obeyed"”), as Ant. 9, Ai. 318, Tr. 351, 424.—Wecklein suggests “φωνήσανθ᾽ ὅτ̓”, with omission of “ἀστακτὶ... στένοντες.

ξύμπαντες, the attendants of Theseus, who had remained apart when their master was summoned to approach Oedipus (1630).

ἀστακτὶ: see on 1251.

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