νυ^ν, as Ai. 87, Tr. 92, Ph. 1196, but “νυ_ν” O.T. 658, and oft.—“κείνους ῀ τοὺς ἐκεῖ”, the dead. Nauck proposes “νεκρούς”, which would be a deplorable change. For the pause after the emphatic word, cp. 46 n.
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