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[151] Vaccas parisse Pharaeas; the cows of Admetus king of Thessaly; for Pherae was a city of Thessaly. But Oenone gives this story a false turn, to make it answer her purpose. It was not love that reduced him to this; but, having pierced with his arrows the Cyclops who forged Jupiter's thunderbolts, he was expelled from heaven for some time by the angry god.

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