Vs. 394-440. Breaking up of the assembly. The sacrifice.ὡς ὅτε: introduces a comparison, see § 2 j; sc. “ἰάχῃ”.—cf. ‘He scarce had finished when such murmur filled | Th' assembly, as when hollow rocks retain | The sound of blust'ring winds, which all night long | Had roused the sea,’ etc. Milton Par. Lost ii. 284 ff.
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