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[31] ἱστὸν ἐποιχομένην: going to and fro before the loom, plying the loom; the Greek women stood as they wove at their upright looms. Weaving was the principal occupation of the female slaves.

λέχος: acc. of limit of motion, only here with “ἀντιάω”, approach, share the couch; cf. “ἐπεὶ τὸ σὸν λέχος συνῆλθον” Soph. Aj. 491.

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