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Then, it was then that Zeus changed the radiant paths of the stars, and the light of the sun, and the [730] bright face of dawn; and the sun drove across the western back of the sky with hot flame from heaven's fires, while the rain-clouds went northward and Ammon's [735] lands grew parched and faint, not knowing moisture, robbed of heaven's fairest showers of rain.

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