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τοῦ τεθνηκότος θ᾽ ὕπερ. She will speak justly in the cause of both. The pathos of Iphigeneia's death is not diminished, but enhanced, if Agamemnon acted against his own will.—Hermann, reading “τοῦ τεθνηκότος γ̓”, took “γε” to imply that she would not defend herself. But the double “τε” suits the promise of impartiality.

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