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[8] Again, the Trojans who, through youth or years were not of fighting age, he posted as garrison of the walls,1 while the men of military age were encamped against the Greeks. The wounded Greeks in Homer arm the fighting men, so that even they may not be altogether idle. Indeed Homer's ideas have proved useful to men in every matter.

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