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τίνατόνδε: O. C.68 n., Ph.441.The Messenger has been explicit; but she is bewildered with joy. So in Aesch. Ag.268 the Chorus makes the “κῆρυξ” repeat his tidings. Cp. belowAesch. Ag., 876f.

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