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The ι in L's κατηίνυσεν speaks for κατῄνεσεν,— clearly much fitter here than κατήνυσεν. Cp. 1633καταίνεσον”, 1637κατῄνεσεν”. The contrast is between exile imposed as a doom or granted as a boon,—not merely between a wish fulfilled or unfulfilled.

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