. 248, 449, 667, 693, 716 (deleted by Dobree), 1063 ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] P, to [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Dodds, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Nauck and Diggle).
(42.) He first appears in Plautus, Bacch
. 155, in his guise as Hercules' teacher.
The play is not one of enchantment like Bacch
. or of grief like Troi.
(9.) Dionysus was certainly associated with the East prior to Alexander, but not specifically with India; cf., e.g., Euripides, Bacch
. 14-20 and numerous vase paintings that depict him in Eastern garb.
. Patiar, non metuo, ne quid mihi doleat quod ferias.
18 The lines in which exorare occurs are: Bacch
. I 170, 1176 (bis), I 177, and 1200.
For example, on Orpheus's ability to move rocks and trees by his singing, sources include: Euripides, Bacch
. 561ff.; Apollonius of Rhodes 1.26ff.; also Ovid, Met.
9.17-18; Euripides, Bacch
. 116-19, 1236-37; Diogenes Laertius 6.98.
(74.) Euripides, Bacch
. 822: [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]
52), and to receive "collective honors from all" (ex hapanton timas koinas: Euripides, Bacch
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