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[995] Let not the grave of your wife be regarded as the funeral mound of the dead departed but let her be honored as are the gods, an object of reverence to the wayfarer. [1000] Someone walking a winding path past her tomb shall say, ‘This woman died in the stead of her husband, and now she is a blessed divinity. Hail, Lady, and grant us your blessing!’ [1005] With such words will they address her.

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