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δ̓, the personified “νόσος”: cp. 1084: so Ph.807ἥδε”, and ib. 758 “αὕτη”. Blaydes writes ἅδ̓ (Doric), which accords with “γᾶς” and “τλάμων”, but not with “πεπονημένος” or “ἀλλήκτοις”: the Doricism of tragic anapaests is not always consistent; see Appendix to Ant.110.

βρύκει: so Ph.745βρύκομαι”.

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