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ἔθαλψεν is trans., “με” being understood, as after “ἔμπρησον” in Ph.801(n.).

ἄτης: cp. 1104.

ὅδ᾽ αὖ should be taken with ἔθαλψεν, because (1) “ὅδ̓” fitly stands in the first clause, and (2) “διῇξε” thus gains force by its abruptness: cp. 1088 f. If a point were placed after “ἀρτίως, ὅδ̓” would still be better than “ δ̓. —διῇξε”, a word used by medical writers, as Wakefield pointed out; e.g., Hippocr. Morb.1. 5ὑφ᾽ ἑωυτῶν ὀδύναι διαΐσσουσιν ἄλλοτε ἄλλῄ τοῦ σώματος.—ἀγύμναστον”: cp. Eur. fr. 683 “μῶν κρυμὸς αὐτῆς πλευρὰ γυμνάζει χολῆς;διαβόρος”: distinguish “διάβορον” (pass.) in 676. Cp. Soph. Ph.7νόσῳ ...διαβόρῳ” (n.).

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