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and Pyanopsia: see Burkert 1985, 101. Sommerstein (ad loc.) prefers the latter, but the driving out of the scapegoat (1405) is a feature of the Thargelia, not the Pyanopsia.
28.
For the relationship between the expulsion of the scapegoat and the controlled violence of animal sacrifice, see Bremmer 1983, 299-320, esp. 315-18.
29.
Wilkins 1994.
30.
Bowie 1993.
31.
Davidson 1993.
32.
Wilkins and Hill 1994.
33.
Baldry 1953.
34.
A possible exception to this is Birds 1583ff. where Heracles is certainly interested in the birds being roasted.

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