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[776] ἐλεόθρεπτον: grown on moist meadows. — The Homeric horses were fed on “λωτόν” (clover), “σέλινον” (a kind of parsley), “κύπειρον” (a fragrant marsh plant) Od. 4.603, and on “κρῖ λευκόν” (white barley) “Ε 196, πυρός” (wheat) 8.188, and “ὔλυραι Ε” 196 or “ζειαί” (spelt) Od. 4.604.

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