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[945] They hold in misery their allotted portion of god-given sorrows. Beneath their corpses there will be boundless wealth of earth.

Ah, you have wreathed [950] your race with many troubles! In the final outcome the Curses have raised their piercing cry, now that the family is turned to flight in all directions. A trophy to Ruin now stands at the gate [955] where they struck each other and where, having conquered them both, the divine power stayed its hand.

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