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οὔκουν τιςἀναγκάσει, “"will not some one, then, compel?"”=“"then let some one compel"”: cp. O. T. 430 n.

τούσδε βωμοὺς: the plur. might be merely poetical for the sing. (888, cp. Ant. 1006), but here perh. refers to the association of Poseidon “Ἵππιος” with Athena “Ἱππία” (1069).

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    • Sophocles, Antigone, 1006
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