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ταῦτ᾽ οὖν: “"These things, then, (οὖν, according to the injunctions of Oedipus,) I was heard to promise by the god,"” etc. ταῦτ̓ is short for “"the promise to do these things,"” as if “ὑπισχνουμένων” stood with ἡμῶν. For ἔκλυεν with both gen. and acc. cp. O.T. 235.

δαίμων: the Divine Power that called Oedipus away (1626).

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