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δικαίως, in a full and true sense: cp. O. T. 852οὔτοι ποτ̓, ὦναξ, τόν γε Λαΐου φόνον φανεῖ δικαίως ὀρθόν”, i.e. ‘properly fulfilled.’

τὰ πατρόθεν is re dundant, but not pointless; the qualities derived from the father will prevail over any weaker qualities derived “μητρόθεν”.

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