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ἔσχον θαῦμα=“ἐθαύμασα”: cp. 214γνώμαν ἴσχεις”, 1176 “ἔσχες ἄλγος”: conversely Ph. 687θαῦμά μ᾽ ἔχει.

ἐγχρίμπτῃ is here more fitting than ἐγχρίμπτει, since the sense is, ‘in fear lest some one be close by,’ rather than, ‘to see whether some one is not close by’: cp. 581τιθῇς” (n.).

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