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The Nereids, leaving Euboea's headlands, brought from Hephaestus' anvil his shield-work of golden armor, [445] up to Pelion and the glens at the foot of holy Ossa, the Nymphs' watch-tower . . . where his father, the horseman, was training the son of Thetis as a light for Hellas, [450] sea-born, swift-footed for the sons of Atreus.

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