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And I was braiding my tresses beneath a tight-drawn head-band [925] before my golden mirror's countless rays, so that I might lie down to rest; when through the city rose a din, and a cry went ringing down the streets of Troy: “You [930] sons of Hellas, when, oh! when will you sack the citadel of Ilium, and seek your homes?”

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