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The Hellenes' gathered army will come in arms aboard their ships to Simois with its silver eddies, [755] to Ilium, the plain of Troy beloved by Phoebus; where Cassandra, I am told, wildly tosses her golden tresses, wreathed with crown of green laurel, [760] whenever the god's resistless prophecies inspire her.

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