στήσωσι, sc. “οἱ Θηβαῖοι”: Creon himself lays stress on his mission to speak for all (737). Schol. “κατοικίσωσι”. The word has a certain harsh fitness for “τὸν πλανήτην” (3). Against “ὡς ἄγχι γῆς στήσῃ σε” speaks the plural strain of the whole passage ( 392 “κείνων”, 400 “κρατῶσι”, 402 “κείνοις”, 405 “θέλουσι”, etc.).
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