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Soon, however, both those who had urged this action and those whom they had persuaded repented, as if the deity had become wroth with them; for those who had been deceived got the wages of their error when not long afterwards they fell before the power of not one despot only but of thirty1;

1 The "Thirty Tyrants" (cp. Book 14.3 ff.).

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