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ἡμὶν: cp. O. C. 25 n.

ἑῷα. The sights and sounds of early morning are in unison with the spirit of this play, in which the “παννυχίδες” (v. 92) of Electra's sorrow are turned to joy, and the god of light prevails.

κινεῖσαφῆ (proleptic): cp. 1366ταῦτα...δείξουσιν σαφῆ”: Ant. 475 n.


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    • Sophocles, Antigone, 475
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