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Second Semi-Chorus
Oh! at that time I was terrible, I feared nothing; forth on my galleys I went in search of my foe and subjected him. [1095] Then we never thought of rounding fine phrases, we never dreamt of calumny; it was who should prove the strongest rower. And thus we took many a town from the Medes, and [1100] 'tis to us that Athens owes the tributes that our young men thieve to-day.

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