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. . . was responsible for actions which did credit to the city and to Greece.1 Therefore both here and everywhere else he was paid the highest honors . . . rightly . . .

1 The subject is perhaps Conon, an Athenian commander who was often praised in this way. Compare Din. 1. 14 and note.

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