ἡ δύσμορος. The article is omitted by Nauck (cr. n.). It is not necessary, but it adds emphasis. “δύσμορος”, referring to the speaker, takes the article in Ph. 951, Ph. 1352, Ant. 919.Cp. “ἡ τάλαιν̓” below, Ant. 304, Ant. 1138.For the place of the art., as 1st syll. of 3rd foot, cp. O. C. 257, O. C. 280, Ant. 95.— κατὰ στέγας goes with “κλαίω” rather than with “ὁρῶσα”. Seeing the festivities in front of the palace, she retires to weep in secret (285).
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