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- And of the henchmen and the ready squires, some were mixing for them wine and water in bowls, and some again were washing the tables with porous sponges and were setting them forth, and others were carving flesh in plenty.Book 1 (26% in)
- Then Odysseus called to him Telemachus, and the neatherd, and the swineherd, and spake to them winged words: 'Begin ye now to carry out the dead, and bid the women help you, and thereafter cleanse the fair high seats and the tables with water and porous sponges.Book 22 (88% in)
- Thereafter they cleansed the fair high seats and the tables with water and porous sponges.Book 22 (91% in)
There are no more uses of "porous" in The Odyssey by Homer (translated by: Butcher & Lang).
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