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•ዥ ' , ( 23 ) . Meantime Atrideslaunch'd, with numëroüs oars, A well-rigg'd ship for Chrysa's sacred shores: High on the qeck was fair Chryseis plac'd, And sage Ulysses with the conduct grac'd: Safe in her sides the hecatomb they stow'd, Then swiftly sailing, cut the liquid road, 410 The host to expiate, next the king prepares, With pure lustrations, and with solemn prayers: Wash’d hy the briny wave, the pious train Arc cleans'd, and cast th í ablutions in the main ; Along the shore whole hecatombs were laid, And bulls and goals to Ppho) ás' altars paid; The saille fumes in curling spires arise, And wasto..."gotcful odours to the skies. - The army thus in sacred rites engag’d. Atrides still with deep resentinent rāg'd. 420 To wait his will two sacred heralds stood, Talthybius and Eui$$íE good. Haste to the fierce Achilles' tent ( Thence bear Briseis as bur royal prizė;