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Requital for evils; the breezes of the house shift and blow. At another time my leader, my own, fell murdered in the bath, [1150] and the roof and stone walls of the house cried aloud, while he said: "O cruelty! My wife, why are you murdering me on my return to my dear country in the tenth year?" . . .

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