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Apollodorus, Library (ed. Sir James George Frazer), book 1 (search)
1916）, p. 67. Tournefort found the plant growing abundantly in
Skinosa, the ancient Schinussa, a small deserted island south of Naxos （Pliny, Nat. Hist.
iv.68）. He describes the stalk as about five feet high and three inches
thick, with knots and branches at intervals of about te
W. G. Clark, Peloponnesus (London, 1858);, p. 111;
J. Murr, Die Pflanzenwelt in der griechischen Mythologie
（Innsbruck, 1890）, p. 231. In Naxos Mr. J. T. Bent saw orange gardens divided by hedges of tall reeds,
and he adds: “In Lesbos this reed is still called na/rqhka （na/rqhc）, a survival of the res in
the brazen pot,” The Classical Review, ii.
（1888） p. 222. However, Hermes rescued Ares
by stealth, and Artemis killed the Aloads in Naxos by a ruse. For she changed herself into a deer and leaped between them,
and in their eagerness to hit the quarry they threw their darts at