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πόρσω, restored by conjecture, in place of “πρόσω”, to O.C. 178, 181, 226, is here supported by L and other MSS. It is used by Pindar and by Eur. ( Eur. Tro. 189). The Homeric form, where a spondee is required, is “πρόσσω”: the Attic prose form, “πόρρω”.

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