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Therefore he dwells in a house rich in flocks beside fair-flowing [590] Lake Boebias, and for the tillage of his fields and for his grazing lands he sets the boundary where the sun stables his horses in the dark west beyond the Molossian mountains, [595] and he rules as far as the rocky Aegean promontory of Pelion.

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