ἢ τᾶς “κ.τ.λ.”: supply “βασιλῆς” (or “-εὺς”) from the last clause. ἀσώτου, profligate, worthless. Σισυφιδᾶν. Anticleia, the mother of Odysseus, was said to have been with child by Sisyphus when she married Laertes: hence Ph. 417“οὑμπολητὸς Σισύφου Λαερτίῳ”, the son of Sisyphus, bought (with “ἕδνα”) by Laertes: see n. there, and on Ph. 625.
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