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λόγουἄνοια, folly shown in speech (defining gen.),—Antigone's answer to Creon (450 ff.): cp. 562 (“ἄνουν”), 383 (“ἀφροσύνῃ”). φρενῶν ἐρινύς, an erinys of (or in) the mind: i.e. the infatuated impulse which urged Antigone to the deed is conceived as a Fury that drove her to her doom. Schol. “ὅτι οἰστρηθεῖσα ὑπὸ τῶν ἐρινύων...τοῦτο τετόλμηκεν”.

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