Euripides, Electra 1093–5, a nd Some Uses of δικζειν

Classical Quarterly 10 (1-2):129- (1960)
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Abstract

All commentators on these lines make two assumptions about the first clause, that means ‘sitting in judgement’, ‘punishing’, or the like, that the which is its subject as well as that of is the second in a series of two: the subsequent slaying punishes or sits in judgement on the previous; thus the slaying of Cly taemnestra herself will sit in judgement upon that of Agamemnon, just as that had sat in judgement upon the of Iphigenia. Then opinions differ as to whether is to be taken as the object of both verbs, or of one but not the other.

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