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κέκευθεν, lies buried: Ant. 911ἐν Ἅιδου...κεκευθότοιν”: O. T. 968κεύθει κάτω δὴ γῆς.

οὔτε του: here “του” is equivalent to an adv., ‘at all’: cp. Ai. 290οὔτε του κλύων” | “σάλπιγγος”: Ant. 814οὔτ᾽ ἐπινύμφειός” | ..“τις ὕμνος.

ἀντιάσας =“ἀντήσας” (O.C. 1445), ‘having obtained,’ —a rare sense for “ἀντιάζω”, which in Sophocles elsewhere means ‘to entreat’ (1009).

τάφουγόων: cp. Ant. 29ἄκλαυτον, ἄταφον”: Il. 22. 386νέκυς ἄκλαυτος ἄθαπτος”.

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