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[31] ΚυλληΝίου, “as god of Cyllene.” For the genitive, after “οἱ”, see on h. Dem. 37. The accusative “Κυλλήνιον” is possible, but much weaker, and is a natural alteration of the unfamiliar genitive.

For Hermes “Κυλλήνιος” see on h. Herm. 8, and for the same title of Pan cf. Soph. Aj.695; his cult at Cyllene is attested by Anth. Pal. vi. 96. 3.

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