χοαῖσι. In Od. 10.519 the three “χοαί” to the dead are of (1) hydromel, (2) wine, (3) water: see O. C. 479 n. τρισπόνδ., instead of the simple “τρισίν”: cp. on 346 “σπ. δικτυοκλώστοις. χοαί” were to the “νέρτεροι”, as “σπονδαί” to the “ὕπατοι”: “λοιβαί” could mean either (O. C. 477).— στέφει: El. 51 “τύμβον... ι λοιβαῖσι πρῶτον καὶ καρατόμοις χλιδαῖς ι στέψαντες”.
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