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ἄγοι, i.e. draw on to evil: Ant. 623ὅτῳ φρένας θεὸς ἄγει πρὸς ἄταν”. Oedipus was led on to his unwitting deeds by a god. Cp.

οὐδ᾽ ἂν εἷς φύγοι
βροτῶν ποθ᾽, καὶ Ζεὺς ἐφορμήσῃ κακά

fr. 615
: so, too, El. 696. For the hiatus after “ἄγοι”, cp. O. T. 1202 f.καλεῖ ἐμός”.

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