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ἐκ τοῦδε, idcirco.

μηνίσασα, of divine wrath, as in O.C. 965, Tr. 274: and so “μῆνις”, Ai. 656, Ai. 757.But human resentment is denoted by the verb in O.C. 1274, Ant. 1177; and by the noun in O.T. 699, O.C. 1328.

Λητῴα κόρη: cp. O.T. 267 “τῷ Λαβδακείῳ παιδί” (n.).

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