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When he won a victory at the games of the Amphictyons,
Singing for the Greeks tunes and lamentations.
”In this way the competition in singing to the flute was dropped. But they added a chariot-race, and Cleisthenes, the tyrant of Sicyon, was proclaimed victor in the chariot-race.
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