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s.v. ; avaioiuos Meziriacus ; amuoios Bergk : tVaiai/tos. 3 Kal added by Reiske ; T
<p added by Frerichs. 4 UpoTToirov Amyot; cf. Ovid, Metam. x. 221 : npomXov Or
TTDOOTToXoV. 5 urixavTjoavTo] iiaxXtfoavro Bernardakis, Frerichs, and some ...
Bergk, Poet. Lyr. Graec. iii. p. 496, no. 147 (203). 6 This story, though repeated by
several ancient writers, deserves no credit. • Sophocles, Oed. Col. 668-673. d
Bergk, Poet. Lyr. Qraec. ii. p. 245, no. 5. (785) ^iXquova oe tov Kojp.iKov Kal ...
8 Adyai Meier : Xoyov. 9 d^xfioTcpois Reiske : dp^torlpovs. ' Lysis, because the
word Lysias is inadmissible in the Greek metre. Wyttenbach suggests that the
verses were really written in honour of Lysis the Pythagorean. 6 Bergk, Poet. Lyr.
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