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Editors usu. give either “ὡς νῦν, θοῦ νῦν” (with L), or “ὥς νυν...θοῦ νυν” (as Elms.). But νυν seems best in 465, νῦν in 466.

προξένει, grant me thy kindly offices (of advice and direction), as a man does in his own State to the foreigners who have made him their “πρόξενος” (see n. on O. T. 1483).

ὡςτελοῦντι, in the assurance that I will perform anything required of me: cp. 13.

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    • Sophocles, Oedipus at Colonus, 13
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