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434-40) That even actual force would be ineffective against the god is unimportant. It clear that the attendant's task is to fetch Dionysus by force if necessary. We reminded of the scene in the Phi/octetes (981-88) where Philoctetes is told he to come EKrov or be dragged off by force, ~(