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[910] Such a man as you assures the happiness of all his fellow-citizens.

When you are gathering your vintages you will prize me even better.

E'en from to-day we hail you as the deliverer [915] of mankind.

Wait until you have drunk a beaker of new wine, before you appraise my true merits.

Excepting the gods, there is none greater than yourself, and that will ever be our opinion.

Yea, Trygaeus of Athmonia has deserved well of you, [920] he has freed both husbandman and craftsman from the most cruel ills; he has vanquished Hyberbolus.

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