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May Nemesis, daughter of Zeus, check the word that may offend; for lo! I will utter all that it is dear [345] to my soul to say. You have come, O son of the river god, you have come, welcome in your advent, to the halls of Friendship, since late in time your Pierian mother and Strymon, river with fair bridges, [350] are sending you to us.

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