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κῆδος, affinitatem, with Adrastus, by marrying his daughter Argeia (“κῆδος Ἀδράστου λαβών”, Eur. Phoen. 77).

καινόν, in a new quarter (as opp. to his native land). Perhaps Statius, whom Schneid. quotes, was translating this:

iamque ille novis, scit fama, superbit
Conubiis, viresque parat, queis regna capessat


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    • Euripides, Phoenician Women, 77
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