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κτενῶ. For the emphatic pause, cp. 72θάψω”, and n. on 46.

πρὸς ταῦτ', after an announcement of resolve, and before a defiant imperative, as O. T. 426, O. C. 455, El. 820, Aesch. PV 992, Aristoph. Ach. 959 etc. Similarly “πρὸς οὖν τάδε”, Aristoph. Nub. 1030.

ἐφυμνείτω, repeatedly invoke (a scornful word): cp. 1305, O. T. 1275 n.

Δία ξύναιμον: see on 487.

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