ὦ Ζεῦ. Clytaemnestra regretted her failure to destroy Orestes in childhood (296 f.). But the poet is true to nature in blending some touch of maternal grief with her sense of gain. λέγω, pres. subjunct.: cp. O. T. 651 n.
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