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[2] Myron built it to commemorate a victory in the chariot-race at the thirty-third Festival.1 In the treasury he made two chambers, one Dorian and one in the Ionic style. I saw that they were made of bronze; whether the bronze is Tartessian, as the Eleans declare, I do not know.

1 648 B.C.

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