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ἀρίστης, since Alcmena, daughter of Electryon and Anaxo, belonged on both sides to the Perseidae, and so traced her descent from Zeus himself.

ὠνομασμένος: it is not necessary to supply “γόνος” from 1106: cp. fr. 84 “καταρκεῖ τοῦδε κεκλῆσθαι πατρός.—αὐδηθεὶς”: cp. 736: Ph.240αὐδῶμαι δὲ παῖς” | “Ἀχιλλέως”.

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