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οὐ κάτοιδα, πλὴνκ.τ.λ.”: cp. 410 n.

πέμπει με κείνη. Ellendt agrees with Brunck in writing “μ᾽ ἐκείνη”, on the ground that the demonstrative pron. gains emphasis by the elision. But there is really nothing to choose. The fact that the best MS. (L) has the rarer form may be allowed to turn the scale. (Cp. Tr. 1091.)

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    • Sophocles, Electra, 410
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