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ὡς: cp. 643.

τοῖς θέλουσι, i.e. any who can endure it. Cp. the words of Teiresias, 1087.—Haemon now finally quits the scene. The deuteragonist is thus set free for the parts of the “Ἄγγελος” and the “Ἐξάγγελος”.

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