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ἂν λάθῃ. “Si non latuerit foetus praeter legem susceptus, ne in lucem quidem edetur, sed antea opprimetur” (Schneider). Cf. C below.

γεννήσεται = ‘will be produced’ must, if right, refer to birth (“hervorkommen wird” Schneider), otherwise φύς is superfluous. Bekker and others are possibly right in reading γενήσεται with Ξ^{1} q, and some other MSS: cf. Hdt. VI 69, where Stein prints γεγενημένος in place of γεγεννημένος. See Introd. § 5.

φὺς ἅς. See cr. n. and Introd. § 5.

ἐξ ὠφελίμων κτλ. Cf. IV 424 A note

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