ἀνύσει εὐδαίμων (sc. “ὤν”, cp. Ant. 177), will finish his course in happiness; =“τελευτῶν εὐδαιμονήσει”. (Not, I think, ‘will succeed in becoming happy,’ sc. “γενέσθαι”.) ἐκ κείνων (neut.) after those troubles: cp. 271.
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