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ἐξ ἐμοῦ: cp. O. T. 1221ἀνέπνευσα ...ἐκ σέθεν.

ἔχεις σώσας, merely=“σέσωκας” (cp. 22). The rare position of “ἔχεις” might suggest the prose sense (‘thou hast saved, and keepest’); but that position occurs where “ἔχω” is merely the auxiliary (794; Ai. 22ἔχει περάνας”).

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