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ἰώ μοί μοι. Tecmessa,—who is not seen till v. 894,—is approaching the entrance on the spectator's left, when she descries the body of Ajax lying at the other side of the scene. The underwood amidst which he has fallen screens the sight from the Chorus, until they draw nearer. (Cp. 815 n.)

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