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By the shores of Salamis, dashing against its rugged shore, [965] I left them, fallen in death from a Tyrian ship.

Woe! woe! cry aloud! Where is your beloved Pharnuchus, and the courageous Ariomardus? Where is prince Seualces, [970] or Lilaeus of noble lineage, Memphis, Tharybis and Masistras, Artembares and Hystaechmas? This I ask you.

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