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[15] Having gained their desire, they were saved and built in Aegina a temple1 to be shared by all the Greeks on the very spot where he had offered his prayer. During his entire stay among men he ever enjoyed the fairest repute, and after his departure from life it is said that he sits by the side of Pluto and Kore2 in the enjoyment of the highest honors.3

1 This was the Aiakeion, described by Pausanias ii. 29.

2 Persephone.

3 Aeacus, Minos, and Rhadamanthys were reputed to be the judges in the world of the dead.

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