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οὔκουν: ‘the Atreidae, at any rate (“οὖν”), did not thus.’ Here “οὖν” (like “γοῦν”) justifies his wonder at the youth's constancy. Cp. 907: 1389: Ant. 321(n.).

εὐφόρως is the best correction of the MS. εὐπόρως (see cr. n.). Cp. Hippocr. Aph. 1242εὐφορώτατα φέρειν”: ib. 1244 “δυσφόρως φέρειν” (as Soph. O. T. 783δυσφόρως” | “τοὔνειδος ηγον”).

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    • Sophocles, Antigone, 321
    • Sophocles, Oedipus Tyrannus, 783
    • Sophocles, Philoctetes, 907
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