ὅςποτεκτλ.: this rel. clause gives a special instance, after the general statement of 131.
μαινομένοιο: raving, with reference to the mad revelry of the Bacchic festivals. cf. the name ‘maenads,’ “μαινάδες. — Διωνύσοιο[Διονύσου]”: the Boeotian dialect preserves the “ω” in this name.
τιθήνας: nurses, attendants; corresponding to the later Bacchantes.
Homer's Iliad, Books IV-VI. Thomas D. Seymour. Boston. Ginn and Company. 1891.
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