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[37] Remember the figures who,1 born after the heroes of old, yet rivalled their deeds of valor, the followers of Miltiades and Themistocles, and those others who, by freeing Greece, brought honor to their country and glory to their lives;

1 This sentence is awkward in Greek because, though τῶν γεγενημένοων is genitive, dependent on ὑπερέσχεν, the writer has inserted ὧν which is not needed. The diffculty can be avoided by placing a comma after ἀνδρῶν and the full stop after διαπεπραγμένων, but then λέγω δὴ makes an abrupt beginning to the new sentence.

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