Scholia ad Euripidem

Scholia in Euripidem, ed. E. Schwartz, vol. 1. Berlin 1887.

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∑ PhoPhoinissai [Phoenician Women]) 180 – p. 274

Kapaneus:  [son] of Hipponoos, son of Anaxagoras the Argive, son of Megapenthos, son of Proitos, son of Abas, son of Lynceus the Egyptian:  his mother was Laodike, daughter of Iphios, son of Alektor: – MTA

It had seven means of approach:  the entrances.  This refers to the city-gates: – MMTAA (Transl. Mary Emerson)   EGM p. 313 upper

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