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Prometheus leaves. Pisthetaerus goes into the thicket.
Near by the land of the Sciapodes there is a marsh, from the borders whereof the unwashed  Socrates evokes the souls of men. Pisander came one day to see his soul, which he had left there when still alive. He offered  a little victim, a camel, slit his throat and, following the example of Odysseus, stepped one pace backwards. Then that bat of a Chaerephon came up from hell to drink the camel's blood.