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ὡςἄξιος is best taken as a heightening of οἵως ἔχεις: ‘how worthy art thou,’ etc. This is easier than to supply “ὤν” with “ἄξιος” (‘as being worthy’). The sense cannot be, ‘so as to be worthy,’ etc.; such an ellipse of “εἶναι” is impossible.

παρ᾽ ἐχθροῖς, in their judgment; 620 n.

τυχεῖν: El. 1469κἀπ᾽ ἐμοῦ θρήνων τύχῃ”.

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