Thus did he speak, and his saying
pleased them well, so Moulios of Dulichium, servant to Amphinomos,
mixed them a bowl of wine and water and handed it round to each of
them man by man, whereon they made their drink-offerings to the
blessed gods: Then, when they had made their drink-offerings and had
drunk each one as he was minded, they took their several ways each of
them to his own abode.
Homer. The Odyssey. Rendered into English prose for the use of those who cannot read the original. Samuel Butler. Based on public domain edition, revised by Timothy Power and Gregory Nagy. A. C. Fifield, London. 1900 (?).
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