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[31] ἀντιόωσαν with acc. only here; cf. Soph. Aj. 491τὸ σὸν λέχος ξυνῆλθον” , Trach. 159ἀγῶνας ἐξιών” (going forth to meet), Pind. N. i. 67ὅταν θεοὶ γιγάντεσσιν μάχαν ἀντιάζωσιν”, Eur. Phoen. 817 δὲ ξύναιμον λέχος ἦλθεν”. This suggests that the acc. is that of the end, after the implied verb of motion (coming to my bed to meet me), rather than the ‘adverbial acc.’ of H. G. § 136(1). ἐποιχομένην implies the walking backwards and forwards which was necessary with the ancient loom.