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[238] αὐτοκασιγνήτω: see on “Β 706. — τώ μοι κτλ”.: develops the thought of the first word of the verse, cf. 1.2.

μοί: dat. of likeness with “μία”, “the same who bore me.”

γείνατο: for the omission of the augment, see § 25 e.

μήτηρ: Leda. Acc. to the later story, Clytaemnestra also was Leda's daughter; see on 1.113.

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