So here, too, ἄναγνον refers to the taint of murder, aggravated by union with the wife of the slain. “"Both a parricide, and, in a complex sense, impure,—yea, guilty of incest."” δεξοίατ̓: cp. on 44. The fut. optat. after a secondary tense, as O. T. 538 f., 792, 796, 1271 ff.