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ἄρα, ‘then,’ marks her new perception: cp. 927, 934, 1026: Tr. 1172, etc.

ἤλυθε. This form, not used by Aesch. , occurs only here in Soph. ; Eur. has it not only in lyrics ( Eur. Or. 813, etc.), but also in dialogue ( Eur. El. 598, Eur. Tro. 374).

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    • Euripides, Electra, 598
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    • Sophocles, Ajax, 927
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