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Ver. 1055. Τί γὰρ ἐλλείπει μὴ παραπαίειν; † Εἰ δ ̓ εὐτυχῆ, τί χαλ μανιῶν; Εἰ δ ̓ εὐτυχῆ ex conjectura, ni fallor, dedit Τurnebus, Nani codd. tantum non omnes vel & τάδ ̓ εὐτυχῆ vel εἶτα δ ̓ εὐτυχῆ habent. Εἰ τοῦδ' εὐτυχῆ praebet Mediceus. Hinc & γ' οὐδὲ τύχη τι χαλᾷ μανιῶν dedit B. Sed non animadvertit juvenis doctissimus & soloecum Εἰ τάδ ̓ ἀτυχῆ cod. Guelpherbytanus, quod merus librarii error videtur. Simili vitio supra 550. πρὼν 586. ἀγμάτων dedit Aldus. rorum doctorum conjecturae omnes ejusmodi sunt, quibus facile carere possimus. Nihil hic video. Aldinam scripturam & τάδ ̓ εὐτυχῆ in textum revocandam censeo, quippe sub qua latere videatur vera lectio. Ad verba τί χαλᾷ μανιῶν conferendus Noster supra 256. Αἰκίζεα ταί τε, κοὐδαμῇ χαλᾷ κακῶν. Aristoph. Av. 382. Οἵδε τῆς ὀργῆς χαλᾶς ἄξασιν.
Ver. 1067. Τοὺς προδότας γὰς μετῶν ἔμαθεν. Τοὺς γὰς προδότας Β. ex emendatione Bothií. Non male.
Ver. 1070. ̓Αλλ ̓ οὖν μέμνησθ ̓ ἁγὼ προλέγω. Ita Porsonus ex propria emendatione. Nam libri plerique vel ärr' iyà vel är'iya habent, unde y conjecit Parrius. Quae quidem scriptura Porsonianae pracstare mihi videtur, propterea quod γε post ἀλλ ̓ οὖν plerumque adhibere solent Attici. Ita Noster paullo ante 1057. ̓Αλλ ̓ οὖν ὑμᾶς γ' αἱ πημοσύναι; κ. τ. i. Soph. Ant. 84. ̓Αλλ ̓ οὖν προμηνύσης γε τοῦτο μη δενί. Αj. 535. ̓Αλλ ̓ οὖν ἐγὼ ἐφύλαξα τοῦτό γ ̓ ἀρκέσαι. Phil. 1305. ̓Αλλ' οὖν τοσοῦτόν γ ̓ ἴσθι Εl. 1035. ̓Αλλ ̓ οὖν ἐπίστω γ ̓ οἷ μ ̓ ἀτιμίας ἄγεις,
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