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[134] θύσθλα: doubtless the later “θύρσοι” carried in Bacchie processions, — wands wound about with ivy, and with a pine-cone at the top.

κατέχευαν: poured down, i.e. dropped. cf. “κατέχευεν Ε” 734.

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