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The Antigone furnishes three instances in which the older scholia
Readings due to the Scholia.
do what they rarely do for the text of Sophocles,—give a certain clue to a true reading which all the MSS. have lost. One is “'φάπτουσα” in v. 40; another, “φονώσαισιν” in v. 117; the third, “δεδραγμένος” in v. 235.

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