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σκέψασθεκἀγὼ τάδε. The grounds on which Morstadt and Nauck reject these twelve verses are considered in the Appendix. It is clear, I think, that the verses are genuine. If they were absent, Teucer's speech would end abruptly with v. 1027, and the Chorus could not well say, “μὴ τεῖνε μακράν” (1040).

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