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1 Aeschylus was accused before the Areopagus of having divulged the Mysteries of Demeter in certain of his tragedies, but was acquitted. A phrase of his, ‘It came to my mouth,’ became proverbial （Plat. Rep. 563c, etc.）, and he may have used it on this occasion.
2 In the lost Cresphontes of Euripides.
3 A style of wrestling in which the adversaries only gripped each other's hands without closing.