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κισσοκόμηΝ: of Dionysus inscr. gr. ined. (Ross) 135, of a Satyr Anth. Pal. vi. 56. 1. Cf. “κισσοχαίτηςEcphant. fr. 3, Pratin. fr. 1. 42, Delphic paean (B. C. H. xix. 147). On the ivy in connexion with Dionysus see Roscher Lex. i. 1060.

Διόνυσον: the “Attic” form for the epic “Διώνυσος” (except Od. 11.325). For the various forms see Preller-Robert i.^{2} p. 664. In the hymns “Διώνυς᾿” occurs in h. i.20, while the author of h. vii is indifferent (“Διώνυσον 1, Διόνυσος ἐρίβρομος”, as here, 56).

ἐρίβρομον; as “Βρόμιος” (a title confined to poetry).

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