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καὶ μήν, ‘and verily,’ meaning here, ‘and yet,’—the adversative force arising from the contrast between Creon's profession and his practice. Cp. 221.— λέγεις, sc.κακῶς τὸν μάντιν”.—For the metre, cp. 44, 502.

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