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And he held under his sway the sea-girt islands midway between the continents, [890] Lemnos, and the settlement of Icarus, and Rhodes, and Cnidos, and the Cyprian cities Paphos, Soli, and Salamis, [895] whose mother-city is now the cause of our lament.

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