Pronunciation of "Antigone"?

When reading the version by Sophocles, "Antigone" is pronounced like "an-TIG-oh-nee". In my class, we are reading the "Antigone" by Jean Anouilh and my teacher insists it is pronounced like "an-ti-GONE" (as in the past tense of "go" is "gone"). Does that... show more When reading the version by Sophocles, "Antigone" is pronounced like "an-TIG-oh-nee". In my class, we are reading the "Antigone" by Jean Anouilh and my teacher insists it is pronounced like "an-ti-GONE" (as in the past tense of "go" is "gone").
Does that pronunciation have any merit?
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