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[370] Come, appear, brandish that shield of gold full in Achilles' face; raise it aslant along the chariot's branching rail, urging on your horses, and shaking your lance with double point. [375] For none after facing you will ever join the dance on the plains of Argive Hera; no, but he shall die, slain by Thracians, and this land shall bear the burden of his corpse and be glad.

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