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[47] Bacchi furiius. This rage of the Bacchantes is often mentioned by the poets; Horace represents Penthcus and Lycurgus, as instances of it.

Eleleïdes; the votaries of Bacchus, so called after that god, who was named Eleleus, either from a town in which his orgies were celebrated; or (more probably from the vociferation and noise which attended those selemnities.

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