χειρουμένῳ “τῷ Ἡρακλεῖ τὸν Ἴφιτον”: for this midd., cp. 1109: O.C. 950, 1009: Ph.92.Of the pass., Sophocles has only “χειρωθείς” (below Ph., 1057, and O. C.903). οὐδὲ δαίμονες, i.e., they like it as little as mortals do: for the adverbial “οὐδέ” after “οὐ”, cp. O. T.287, El.595, Ai.1242.
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