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δουρίληπτον: for the Ionic form, cp. “δούρειος” ( Eur. Tro. 14), “γούνατα” ( Soph. O. C. 1607), “μοῦνος, ξεῖνος”, etc.

οἴκτῳσυγκεκραμένην, steeped in the anguish which the lament expresses; Ant. 1311δειλαίᾳ δὲ συγκέκραμαι δύᾳ” (n.).

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    • Euripides, Trojan Women, 14
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