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1 The inscription from which the text of this oath is taken, found in 1932 ar Acharnae, contains also a variant version of the next oath which Lycurgus quotes （Lyc. 1.81）. For the full text and notes on it see M.N. Tod, Greek Historical Inscriptions, ii. 204. Agraulus （more commonly called Aglaurus） had a temple on the north side of the Acropolis, in which the Ephebate oath was taken. For Enyo the goddess of war compare Hom. Il. 5.333. Enyalius, though his name was often applied to Ares, was regarded by some as a separate God. Thallo （Growth） was one of the Horae, Auxo and Hegemone （Increase and Guidance） two of the Graces. The concluding words of the list are lost.
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