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οἷον ἔργον: i.e., Haemon's forcible entrance into Antigone's tomb.— τίνα νοῦν ἔσχες; lit., ‘what thoughts hast thou conceived?’—the aor. meaning, as usu., not ‘had,’ but ‘came to have.’ So El. 1013 f.νοῦν σχὲς...εἰκαθεῖν”, ‘form the purpose to yield’: ib. 1465νοῦν ἔσχον, ὤστε συμφέρειν τοῖς κρείσσοσιν.

ἐν τῷ συμφορᾶς, by what manner of calamity: i.e., ‘what cruel god hath deprived thee of thy reason?’ Ai. 314κἀνήρετ᾽ ἐν τῷ πράγματος κυροῖ ποτε”: Ph. 174ἐπὶ παντί τῳ χρείας”: Eur. Helen 1195ἐν τῷ δὲ κεῖσαι συμφορᾶς;

διεφθάρης, mentally: Il. 15.128μαινόμενε, φρένας ἠλέ, διέφθορας”: Eur. Helen 1192διέφθαρσαι φρένας”;

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