φύσιν γε, i.e., in loyalty,—as she proved by saving her brother; though she had not then the ripe intelligence to grasp the whole situation, or to form a plan for averting the crime. The retort of Chrysothemis shows that she feels the reproach to herself implied by τότε.
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