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χωροῦσι πρὸς σέ. The accentuation “πρὸς σέ”, which is L's, seems right, as implying, ‘to thee, their new mistress.’ If we wrote “πρός σε”, the emphasis would fall wholly on v. 284: ‘these, who are coming to thee, are now slaves.’

πόσις τεἐγὼ δὲ: the antithesis between ἐφεῖτο and τελῶ seems to warrant us in keeping “δέ” here (instead of changing it to “τε”): cp. 143 n.

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