ναὸς (partit. gen.) ἵν᾽ ἡμῖν τέτακται, to that part of the ship where (=whither) it has been appointed for us to go. The Chorus are common seamen, who have to take their places on the rowing benches or at other posts. The moment of sailing is now at hand (cp. 1076).
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