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( 38 ) suuga And gilds fair £hrysa with distinguish'd rays! If, fir'd to,yengeance at thy prieste request, Tly direful darts inflict thoraging pest; Once more attend I avert wasteful woe, And smile propitious, and unbend thy bow. So Chryses pray'd. Apollo heard his praya. And iow the Greeks their hoto Between their horns the salted barley threw, And with their leads to leaven the victims. slew.: 600 The limbs they sever from th’ enclosing hide ; The thighs, selected to the ால், dividë: On these, in double cauls involv'd with art, The choicest morsels lay from every part. The priest himself before his altar stands: And burns the offering with his holy hands, Pours the black wine, and sees the flames aspire : The youths withinstruments surround the fire: The thighs thus sacrific'd, and entrails dress'd, Th' assistants part, transfix, and roast the rest :