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Λαΐου ἴστε τιν᾽; The word ἀπόγονον, seemingly a gloss, which follows τιν᾽ in the MSS., is against the metre, which requires -uuu- after τιν᾽: it also injures the dramatic force. Each word is wrung from Oed.; the gen. Λαΐου tells all. The long syll. after τιν᾽ could be,—(1) , which Herm. supplies,—giving it, however, to the Chorus,—whereas the rhythm will be better if it is an interjection by Oed.: (2) ὄντ̓; (Dindorf): or (3) οὖν; (Elmsley). The two latter are somewhat tame.

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