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καὶ with διδαξ., shall we indeed be taught: El. 385 ταῦτα δή με καὶ βεβούλευνται ποιεῖν”; O. T. 772 n. For “διδαξ”. as pass., cp. 637.

δή, an indignant ‘then’: the word ends a verse also in 923, Tr. 460, Ph. 1065, Eur. Suppl. 521, Hipp. 1093.

τὴν φύσιν, birth, and so age; O. C. 1295ὢν φύσει νεώτερος”.


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