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[2] I judged that Evagoras (if the dead have any perception of that which takes place in this world),1 while gladly accepting these offerings and rejoicing in the spectacle of your devotion and princely magnificence in honoring him, would feel far greater gratitude to anyone who could worthily recount his principles in life and his perilous deeds than to all other men;

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