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γε emphasises “καλόν”: μέντοι= ‘however’: O. T. 442 n.

μὴ ᾿ξ. The crasis of “μή” with “ἐκ” occurs also in Ai. 278, O. T. 1075, Ph. 467, Tr. 727, Tr. 1235.

πεσεῖν, to be ruined; as O. T. 50, O. T. 146, O. T. 376: O. C. 395.

399 A woman, speaking of herself in the plur., uses the masc.: Ant. 926παθόντες ἂν ξυγγνοῖμεν ἡμαρτηκότες”.

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