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92, 93. Στειχειν εσω---ες παντας αυδα–and Φοιβος in the 96th.
100. Note the whole of this line; and ανδρος in the 102nd.
104. Note this line also: who Laïus was, will be explained presently.
124. Note συν αργυρω as regarding the appearance of coins on the person of Laïus presently pointed out.-126. ολωλοτος--199. πεσεσης
130. Fig. 126 gives a drawing of the Sphinx, the prototype of which, if the north side of the moon be placed uppermost, may be seen on the right hand, as formed out of the person of dipus himself: and thus it is that in a general sense, he may be said to explain the riddle of the sphinx; which he
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139. Note the whole of this line: and Φοιβος; θανοντος ; εμε συμμαχον, and τω θεώ θ' αμα, of the following lines.
137. Note the whole of the five lines from υπερ.
142. Note Καθρων σαςθε, &c., and the last line of the Scene, from ευτυχεις,