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[287] κέκλετο: cf. “Δ 508.

ἄρα: “as she bade.”

ἀόλλισσαν: i.e. the servants went through the town, and summoned the matrons.

288 = “Ω 191, ο 99.

θάλαμον: the storeroom, in a remote part of the palace, in or near the women's apartments.

κηώεντα: fragrant. Perhaps because of cedar chests.

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