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Eum. 336 with C). --concludes the procedure begun at B3. There is no reason to think that the extension of the ritual to all forms of elasteroi involves any new rocedure, nor that this final sacrifice is limited to purification from this Purther group. B11: The final step is for the subject to separate himself from the altar on which he has performed the sacrifice; he does so by marking a boundary with salt, 6topitac hahi, and by aspersion with water from a golden vessel. Possibly this is a sin le action, the sprinkling of saltwater from the golden vessel.
44; discussion in Parker 1983: 371ff. Here, however, there is no indication that this is not a normal sacrifice to Zeus. See also 63-67 infra. " Perhaps, as in a number of magical and suchlike practices, he is to turn around and not turn back. Cf:Aesch. Cho. 99, &crpbcpoiciv , 6k r6v iippaciv; Soph. O C 490, &cpkpxeiv acrpocpoc; PI. Leg. 8 5 4 ~ zixc waw6v cuvouciac cp&p &peracrpexri; Ap. Rhod. 1038f, p116C ... peracrpeqeijvat hniccw; Theoc. 96, &crp~rrzoc;Plut. 4; Iambl. Protr. 21, &xo6qw6v rijc oiriac pfi ilxtcrphcpou 'Epivuec y&p perhp~ovzat (cf: Iambl.
Ach. 961, Z Eq. 95; Deubner 1932: 98) and to sleep where he wishes. For avoidance of being under the same roof o r in the same ship as a person with blood on his hands cf: Aesch. Eum. 285; Antiph. 11, 82; Paus. 67. B6 xorayopko00: -ayopkw for -ayop~hwis new. Cf. 1). At Selinous the consonantal t has been lost and -~Eoewhas been contracted to -koeo. B7: These lines extend the procedure just described. For the structure of , 66 ric kh~heepov& ~ w dtno~zeivg, v zobc the sentence, cf: PI. Leg. 8 6 5 ~ E&v pkv raeappobc zobc a6zobc ~ a O a p 0 j r or i j rbv 608hov dtnorreivavri, KT~.