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οἵδε, Creon: cp. 10.

μὴ πλείω, i.e. she will be content if they suffer “ἴσα”. She can imagine no worse fate. The tame conjecture μείω would not express this bitter feeling.—“καὶ δρῶσιν”, do on their part: O. C. 53 n.


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