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Ἴακχος , , Iacchos, mystic name of Dionysus, S.Fr.959, Trag.Adesp.140 (lyr.), Ar.Ra.398, Paus.1.2.4, etc.; Ἐλευσῖνι τοῦ Ἰαάκχου (sic)
A.ὑποδοχήIG22.847.21; τὸν Ἴακχον ἐξελαύνειν lead forth a Bacchic procession, Plu.Alc.34; “τὸν . προπέμψαιIG22.1028.10.
2. song in his honour, μυστικὸς . Hdt.8.65, cf. Athenio ap.Posidon.36 J., Anon. ap. Suid.; ᾁδειν τὸν . Hsch. s.v. Διαγόρας: as Adj., “ἴακχος ᾠδάE.Cyc.69 (lyr.).
2. in pl., Epigr.Gr.985 (Philae): generally, chorus, νεκρῶν . E.Tr.1230; τυμπάνων . dub. in Id.Fr.586.4L (lyr.).
II. used by the tyrant Dionysius for χοῖρος, Athanis 1 ( = Dionys.Trag.12).
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    • Herodotus, Histories, 8.65
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