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E. T. Merrill, Commentary on Catullus (ed. E. T. Merrill), Poem 64 (search)
f the correct reading, probably used absolutely; cf. the ordinary use of revisere with ad. annua: etc. doubtless a typical occasion only, rather than a known festival. vagus: often used of the aimless, frenzied rushing to and fro of the god's followers; cf. Catul. 63.13, Catul. 63.86. Parnasi: this famous mountain of Phocis, the haunt of the gods, rose just behind Delphi. effusis: etc. cf. the descripion of the Bacchic rout in vv. 254ff.; Ov. Fast. 6.514 Thyiades, effusis per sua colla comis . Delphi: i.e. the inhabitants of the city; cf. Just. 24.7.8 urbem suam Delphi aucti viribus sociorum permuniucre , and Grk. *delfoi/ often. The city was early connected with the worship of Bacchus as of Apollo; cf.