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[549] “κάδ [κατά]”: const. with “εἷσεν”, cf. “ἀνὰ εἷσεν Α” 310 f.

πίονι: fat, i.e. rich; with reference to the votive offerings and other treasures stored there. A reference to the wealth of the temple of Apollo at Delphi is found in 9.404 f.

νηῷ: recent excavations indicate that before the Persian invasion, the temple of Athena on the Acropolis stood to the north of the Parthenon (dedicated at the great Panathenaic festival 438 B.C.), with foundations extending under the Hall of the Caryatides of the Erechtheum (completed about 407 B.C.). Columns and other architectural fragments of the pre-Persian Parthenon are found built into the wall of the Acropolis.

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