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[8] But if Philip had taken to heart the fate of the Spartan Glaucus,1 and at each of his acts had bethought himself of the verse:—2“If a man keeps his oath his family prospers hereafter;
”then, I believe, some god would not have extinguished so relentlessly the life of Alexander and, at the same time, the Macedonian supremacy.

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