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θύρσος , , in late Poets with heterocl. pl.
A.θύρσαAP6.158 (Sabin.): —wand wreathed in ivy and vine-leaves with a pine-cone at the top, carried by the devotees of Dionysus, E.Ba.80 (lyr.), SIG1109.138, Hero Spir.2.9, etc.; also of the devotees themselves, Sch.E.Hec. 261.
II. = κλάδος, ῥάβδος, Hsch. (Prob. a loan-word.)
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