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ἣν, referring back to “κρηπίς” (993); cp. 358 (n.). Wunder needlessly placed ἣνὄσσοις immediately after 993.

μή ποτ̓ belongs to προσιδεῖν, not to ὤφελον, though the latter might have come between them; cp. Ph.969μή ποτ᾽ ὤφελον λιπεῖν” (n.).

ἀκήλητον: schol. “ἀνίατον, ἀκαταπράϋντον.—ἄνθος”=“ἀκμήν”: cp. Ant.959τᾶς μανίας δεινὸν”... | “ἀνθηρόν τε μένος” (n.).

καταδερχθῆναι, inf. expressing result, without “ὥστε”: cp. Ant.1076ληφθῆναι” (n.). Though the malady is his own, he can be said ‘to look upon it,’ in the sense of experiencing it: cp. O. T.832πρόσθεν τοιάνδ᾽ ἰδεῖν” | “κηλῖδ᾽ ἐμαυτῷ συμφορᾶς ἀφιγμένην”.

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