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πολλὰ goes with both participles. Nauck objects that it must mean ‘often,’ and conjectures “λιασθείς”. But see Il. 11. 556 f., “ὡς Αἴας τότ᾽ ἀπὸ Τρώων τετιημένος ἦτορ” | “ἤϊε, πόλλ᾽ ἀέκων”. Ph. 254 πόλλ᾽ ἐγὼ μοχθηρός.

ἀντιβὰς: cp. Her. 6. 73(“οὐκ”) “ἐδικαίευν ἔτι ἀντιβαίνειν”. Geo. 4. 301 Multa reluctanti.

μόλις, aegre: Ant. 1105μόλις μέν, καρδίας δ᾽ ἐξίσταμαι”: Soph. Ph. 329.Aeschylus describes the struggle in the father's soul, until “ἀνάγκας ἔδυ λέπαδνον” ( Ag. 206—221).

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