Orpheotelists a set of mystagogues in the early ages of ancient Greece, who were wont to appear at the doors of the wealthy, and promise to release them from their own sins and those of their fore-fathers by sacrifices and expiatory songs; and they produced on such occasions a collection of books of Orpheus and Musaeus, on which they formed their promises.

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