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Greece (Greece) (search for this): book 2, chapter 3
boiling. As for the dates themselves of the palm, the sort that one can see in Greece were set apart for the servants, while those laid away for the masters were sels, through an interpreter, began the speaking with the following words: “Men of Greece, in my own home I am a neighbour of yours, and when I saw plunged into many difne if I could in any way gain permission from the King to take you back safe to Greece. For I fancy I should not go without thanks, both from you and from all Greece.Greece. After reaching this conclusion I presented my request to the King, saying to him that it would be fair for him to do me a favour, because I was the first to report t territory you pass through shall be friendly and that we will lead you back to Greece without treachery, providing you with a market; and wherever it is impossible tback to the King; but when I have accomplished what I desire, I shall return, fully equipped to conduct you back to Greece and to go home myself to my own province.