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τλᾶμον. Sophocles has this voc. in Tr. 1112(“ τλῆμον Ἑλλάς”), and in O. C. 978.In the latter place, as here, L has the nom., which may perh. be due to the fact that the nom. “τλήμων” so often occurs in exclamations; e.g. 893: O.C. 185 “ τλάμων”: Ant. 229: Ph. 1102: Tr. 986.

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