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[405e] did not find fault with the damsel who gave to the wounded Eurypylus1 to drink a posset of Pramnian wine plentifully sprinkled with barley and gratings of cheese,

1 Plato is probably quoting from memory. In our text, Iliad xi. 624, Hecamede gives the draught to Machaon and Nestor as the Ion(538 B) correctly states.

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