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[103] And mark also that Idrieus,1 who is the most prosperous of the present rulers of the mainland, must in the nature of things be more hostile to the interests of the King than are those who are making open war against him; verily he would be of all men the most perverse if he did not desire the dissolution of that empire which outrages his brother,2 which made war upon himself, and which at all times has never ceased to plot against him in its desire to be master of his person and of all his wealth.

1 Isoc. 4.162.

2 Mausolus.

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