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[20] As soon as he has found out, let him stand near if they are on the track, and cheer them on, running through the hounds' names, using all the variations of tone he can produce, pitching his voice high and low, soft and loud. Amongst other calls, if the chase is in the mountains, let him sing out, “Oho, hounds, oho!”1 If they are not clinging to the track, but are over-running, let him call them in with, “Back, hounds, back with you!”

1 Imitating the call of the Bacchic revellers, “the Hounds of Madness,” on Mount Cithaeron.

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