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[10] The sons also of Pheidolas were winners in the horse-race, and the horse is represented on a slab with this inscription :—“The swift Lycus by one victory at the Isthmus and two here
Crowned the house of the sons of Pheidolas.
”But the inscription is at variance with the Elean records of Olympic victors. These records give a victory to the sons of Pheidolas at the sixty-eighth Festival but at no other. You may take my statements as accurate.

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