μήτε ὑπεράχθεο (“τούτοις”) “οὓς ἐχθαίρεις μήτε ἐπιλάθου” (“αὐτῶν”). For οἷς (by attraction, for “οὕς”), cp. H. 3. 5. 18 “σὺν οἷς εἶχεν ᾔει”. The clauses are co-ordinate, but the emphasis is upon “μὴ ὑπεράχθεο”. ‘Without forgetting thy foes, refrain from excess of wrath against them.’ The Chorus allow that, as Electra has said (145), she cannot forget the murder of her father. They only counsel moderation of behaviour.
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