ἤκουσεν ὧν δεῖ. Clyt. turns her retort as though “τοῦ θανόντος” depended on “ἄκουε”. ‘Nemesis (the goddess of retribution generally) has heard a mother who prayed for the punishment of an unnatural son.’ κἀπεκύρωσεν: cp. 919 “κῦρος”.
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