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ἀλλ̓, in assent, like ‘oh, well,’ —the implied adversative sense being, ‘nay, I have no objection’: cp. 232, 336, 645, 647.

ἔρχεται, sc. παρών” (45), ‘he goes,’ i.e., ‘I send him’ (said as he makes a sign to the “πρόσπολος”). Cp. 1181μὴ...ἔλθῃς”, ‘depart not’: Ant. 99ἄνους μὲν ἔρχει”: Tr. 595ἐλεύσεται” (‘depart’).— τε καὶ marks the full assent to v. 45: he shall go, and for that purpose.

φυλάξεται, the fut. pass. in good prose also ( Xen. Oec. 4. 9): “φυλαχθήσομαι” was late. For other such futures, cp. 303: Ant. 93 n.

δευτέρῳ λόγῳ, ‘in further speech,’— continuing the former discourse. Cp. Pind. O. 1. 43δευτέρῳ χρόνῳ”,=“ὑστέρῳ”.

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