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ἀπολογησαμένη. Plato is hardly likely to let Poetry return on the promise of an ex post facto ἀπολογία: she must surely make good her defence before the decree of banishment can be repealed. Hence ἀπολογησαμένη, which Schneider and the Oxford editors adopt, is right as against the ἀπολογησομένη of A^{2} and a few inferior MSS (followed by Bekker and others).

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