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ἄλλως τε καὶ φέροντες: i.e., besides the general claim of “ξένοι”, they have this special claim. So fr. 61 (a short speech befits “τοῖς φρονοῦσι σώφρονα”), “ἄλλως τε καὶ κόρῃ τε κἀργείᾳ γένος”. Aeschylus uses “ἄλλως τε πάντως καὶ” ( P. V. 636, Pers. 689).

οἰ̔̂ ἂνἀπώσαιτ̓: i.e., ostensibly, the relics of a kinsman; in her secret meaning, retribution.

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    • Aeschylus, Prometheus Bound, 636
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