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ἧπαρ: cp. Aesch. Eum. 135ἄλγησον ἧπαρ ἐνδίκοις ὀνείδεσιν.

γενναία, true-hearted, loyal, like “γενναῖον ἔπος” ( Ph. 1402), “γενναῖοι πόνοι” ( Eur. H. F. 357). The schol., wrongly, “ ἰσχυρά”: a version at which he arrived perh. rather through the use of “γενναῖος” as=‘fine,’ ‘good of its kind,’ than through the idea of ‘genuine,’ “γνησία”.

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    • Aeschylus, Eumenides, 135
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