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And the rich and populous cities of the Hellenes in the Ionian heritage [900] he controlled by his own will; and at his command he had an unwearied strength of men-at-arms and of allies from every nation. But now, [905] worsted completely in war through disasters on the sea, we endure this change of fortune no doubt from the hand of god.

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