μαινομένῃ κτλ.: sc. in her anxiety. This repeats in more energetic form the thought of “ἐπειγομένη”. cf. (also of Andromache) “μεγάροιο διέσσυτο μαινάδι ἴση”, | “παλλομένη” (quirering) “κραδίην Χ” 460 f.φέρει κτλ.: “accompanied by her child and maid.” τιθήνη: cf. “ἀμφίπολος” 399.
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